I just returned from CES in Las Vegas where I unveiled my latest project I call Pico Bayard. It uses the VIA Pico-ITX mainboard and is designed after an art deco mantle clock by the French clockmaker Bayard. Displayed with a USC (Universal Size Comparator) The cooling solution was first prototyped on my G-metric Nano project. The biggest problem with cooling small, densely-packed enclosures is trying to move proper quantities of air in and out of the case. My solution is to effectively move the CPU heatsink out of the box entirely. It is near impossible to overheat the CPU with this design. EarthLCD 8" touchscreen TFT-LCD @ 800x600, 1GB of Crucial DDR2, Integrated Wi-Fi, 80W picoPSU powering both computer and display, all encased in Swietenia flame Mahogany. I didn't do a "proper" worklog because it was suppose to be a surprise unveiling at the show. The worklog wouldn't look much different than the one here on bit-tech for the Skyscraper Photo PC. More here... Thanks for looking.