Sorry for the lack of updates guys! I've been pretty busy lately... I've been getting ready to put this pile of 2x4's... In to this basement... I've only got around 3 weeks before my fiance and her son move in. I've got two bedrooms, and a family room to finish down there! Obviously this has taken away from my computer modding time a little. I guess I've been house modding too! As far as the Rogue goes, work is still continuing, albeit a little slower than before. So, how about a little front door work? Here, I've just finished drilling the hole for the Griffin Powermate. All cleaned up. Now for the knob. As luck would have it, part of the original Powermate's internals, happen to be perfect for the job. I just had to fill the pocket with a little JB Weld, and sand it down. A fresh coat of the black metallic, and it's ready to go. Now, I've got to switch directions momentarily. In order for me to finish wiring, I need to finish my new I/O panel. It consists of 3 switches for lighting, and I need to add a pair of USB ports for the Via system, and a cat5 port. I've got it all marked out. Now cut. Just like I wanted... At this point, I could have been finished, but then I thought of something. How many times have you fumbled around behind your computer attempting to plug something in to a darkened crevice? I've done it plenty of times, and decided to remedy that little issue with the help of a few LED's... Okay, now what? it's a lot of small details and wiring. I need to get all of that done so I can drop hardware in the case. Although things are very tight, most of the wiring should be hidden, and placed out of sight. I want a very clean interior. What little wiring is visible, will be sleeved, and tucked away nicely. So, lets start getting some of that out of the way. The home for the Meanwell PSU relay... A CCFL inverter tucked nicely away... Some sleeved switch wiring... Um, more wiring... Trust me, this will be clean by the time I'm done with it! And the work continues!