I realised I haven't posted a work log on here yet, so here ya go. Goal: My own, built from scratch, factory-quality aluminum computer case. Design: Chassis based loosely on the PC-60. Reworked completely. Form follows function. Materials: Front bezel- 1/8" aluminum, everything else- 18 gage (0.049") aluminum. Engineering: Drawn completely in Rhino3D. 100% accurate. Currently a 65meg 3D file. Ready to be sent to the laser. Details: 92mm front intake fan with machined aluminum bezel/power switch Vertical hard drive mounting for easy wire hiding. All drive faces machined from aluminum for a stealth look with better function Led-lit aluminum/acrylic case feet. USB/audio ports hidden behind front door. Floppy drive hidden behind door. Status: CAD work 95% complete. One cd drive face 75% complete. Several pieces have been cut, but need to be finished and bent. CAD renderings: CD-Drive face: Raw aluminum: Milling: Finished pieces: Test fit on cd drive: Laser cut pieces: That's it for now. Next I need to work out a few final details of the chassis and outer panel construction and cut those. I'm also not 100% sure paint and finishes yet. I'd really like to engine-turn all the drive trays and faces.