I am going to put a HellRaiser puzzle box into a PC and hopefully entirely conceal the computer in the process. Dining rooms are over rated... so it continues, my HellRaiser sequel mod. My mods run in two's so doing a sequel to my first HellRaisermod makes sense for more reasons than one. My MOBY cases were just that, cases... modded to beat hell, but they were store bought. My Project Lament: HellRaiser Cenobite PC would be considered a "found object" mod, one where the hardware was installed into an existing housing, though I did mod the mannequin like mad. Which all leads up to the highest level of modding, where the case is designed from the ground up and built entirely from scratch... that is this mod. The Puzzle Box Shop came through for me with some discontinued 2 inch hellraiser box panels and instead of the two sets of box panels I requested they sent three, giving extra chances at building the box correctly. Also pictured below is a 12"x10' roll of cherry red chrome mirror metallized vinyl, it is an adhesvie coated metallized PVC film, above it is a 12"x10' roll of Red Multiple Fresnel Lens Metallic Vinyl which will not be used in the mod. Last but not least are a couple of cans of black vinyl dye, it will be an important part of the external illusion. http://www.casemodgod.com/Illusion08m.jpg Below is an early layout design sketch, the placement of parts has changed a bit since I drew it, but you can see that it measured 250mm (or roughly 10") on each side of the cube... too big for my liking. I decided that the biggest design problem was the technique I was using and hand sketching this mod was not going to cut it, having heard good things about the program Sketchup I downloaded their 30 day trial and started watching the tutotials. It only took an hour or so to get up to speed and I set to redesigning the whole thing with making it smaller in mind. Sketchup, wow that's good stuff. I have never really used any type of design software before but I know it's not supposed to be this easy. I wound up shaving nearly two inches off each side as a result of using the software, here is my "almost" final 8"x8" design sketchup for the mod. Below is the view from the other side, the Sketchup designs merely show component placement, the fun part will be connecting it all together... but I have a plan. http://www.casemodgod.com/sidemockrearhdd1.jpg Now measuring around 8"x8" it will house two hard drives, a CDRW/DVD drive, a 6" LCD monitor, Matrix Orbital, two 60mm fans, the Mainboard, a TV tuner plus the lighting, illusion and more... much better.