Hi folks, I'm new, so please be gentle. After about 10 years of being on the road, I have started looking into building a less portable system. I'd really like to get an Anthrobench, and the Thermaltake Level 10 looks pretty cool. A minor irritation about simply buying an Anthrobench, a Level 10, and setting the Level 10 next to the desk is that the box probably won't clip on to the side of the desk for easy motorized elevation (a nice feature of that Anthrodesk). The major impediment is the price tag. (Well, the real impediment is the WAF that attaches to the price tag, but in practice that boils down to the same thing.) So until I find a briefcase full of money, I was thinking of doing some designing. What I have in mind is basically what you would get if you turn the Level 10 on its side and use the access panel surface as a desk. Enlarge the surface, spread the component bays out, attach the motorized Athrobench frame, run cables through the interior of the desk panel, cut access panels through the top... A lot more thought needs to go into this, but that's the basic idea. What do you think? Does this seem overly ambitious for a newb? I have built a few systems, but this would certainly be a learning experience for me.