Hi Bit Tech Fans, This is my third build since i got into the bussiness of pc's, tech and what not... But this will be the first ive taken pictures of to show you guys. As you all well know theres been alot of builds and mods in the not so distant past so i thought id get in on the action and try one for myself. When i originally started thinking about what i wanted from this build, i soon found it difficult to descide what to go for. So really it has been a ongoing progress of ideas, and basically trial and error senario. The main aspects of the build was to have something alot smaller as a desktop but still have the guts to do all the things a standard desktop can do. To have somthing fun and different from my other builds. And to have a quite pc, this i found was the most difficult. To start i suppose ill tell you what gear i decided to go for. Here it is: CASE: LIAN LI PC-Q08B PSU: CORSAIR AX750 M/B: GIGABYTE GA-H55N-USB3 CPU: INTEL i7 870 @ 2.93GHz RAM: CRUCIAL BALLISTIX TRACER BLUE 4GB DDR3 GPU: GIGABYTE GTX 560 TI SOC 1G HDD: VELOCIRAPTOR 300GB 3GB/S 16MB CACHE DRIVE: SAMSUNG BLU RAY COMBO SH-B123L/RSBP FANS: ENERMAX APOLLISH VEGAS BLUE 120MM AND 140MM I descided the best thing to do was the buy all the parts i wanted and then see exactly what i needed to mod to make it suit me. Here is some pics of the build first put together. Side View. As you can see the PSU covers up all the pretty hardware, so this was a major problem that needed to be sorted. This is the original layout of the rear panel. After seeing what i didnt like about the build i went to work on some concept sketch up drawings. Here they are. Looking at my options i soon realised that this wasnt going to be easy, and that i had limited tools to get the job done. with the past experience of my other builds i already knew that getting perfect cuts and bends was almost impossible without the right equipment. So i descided to get the rear panel made for me. It took a long time to make, and many emails to get it right but i was very pleased with the outcome. Here is the pics of the panels made for me by Chilled pc. This is the M/B Tray and the PSU Housing Bracket. This is the rear panel to hold the I/0 shield, PSU and GPU. This is how its ment to go together. Ill have another update later on today or tomorrow. Thanks for checking it out. Let me know what you think so far.