Hello all, I'm a long time lurker of this forum, big fan of the skill people display here in their cases. This is my second case I've built, but first I made a log of. A little about me, I live in a town just north of Cincinnati, Ohio. I'm 16, and still in high school. Anyway, onto the case build. I didn't want to spend money on a mATX case for my media center so I just decided to build one of my own. I was really inspired by Oldnewby's first case, so I took the idea of the bevel on top and built around it. Got the case down to a 11" x 11" foot print, and I'm pretty pleased with it. Here are the specs on the build: Motherboard: ASUS P5KPL-CM CPU: Intel E3200 @ 2400MHz GPU: Zotac 9400GT RAM: 2GB and 1GB DDR2 Patriot Value RAM OS: Currently running Win7 64-Bit but it will be running XBMC when I get my i7 build. Quick renders of the case. I grabbed a scrap piece of 1/2" MDF from the Lowe's around the corner, had the perfect amount of room to cram all the pieces on it! Before I measure and drill the wholes for the standoffs, does anyone know how to get an accurate measurement? I don't have an old mATX board to use, and the formfactors.org PDF won't print in perfect scale for me. Anyone have any ideas?