Just wanted to introduce myself and some of my work. I put together my first scratch build case with my dad when I was ~8. It was less about modding then and more about learning my way around a computer, but ever since then I've had a special place in my heart for scratch builds, and especially wood cases. I didn't scratch build another case until this past year when raytracing / CG became a bit of an obsession for me. I needed more computing power, and there aren't any cases on the market that hold 3 motherboards So I built a flexy rack coffee table and suspended 3 AMD FX8120 systems from threaded rods. The shelves are all 1/2" hardwood, the top has a glass tile inlay, and the sides are all acrylic. Yes, there are 100 reasons why this concept ended up being a terrible idea (ask me about them if you like), but not bad for my first real case. One of the bad ideas from my coffee table cluster was using AMDs for raytracing. So I decided to build a case to hold a brand new i7. Only problem was that I was running out of space for my computers, so I designed a case that matches the footprint of an old oversized tower (which still houses my primary system). The tower just sits on top of it now. And finally, I've started construction on an extruded aluminum server rack. I'll be posting an actual build log for this guy though, since he's still in progress. Hope I stuck this post in the right place Looking forward to hanging out here.