Hi guys, I'm not new to bit-tech, I was just a reader, but thought i would share my build log here aswell. First, let me say I'm sorry for my English. Not that good Let's begin. So, explaining the strange name. Simodd - Sim Modd aka Simulator Modding. Strange, but not that hard to understand (need a better name ) One more thing, I'm sorry for the photo quality, but I don't have a good camera Now, to the presentation. After my first mod I wanted to make something different. Something crazy! So I planned a Scratch Build Project. Because I'm a Sim Fan, I planned something where I can put my G25 and play without fear of breaking my tiny desk one more time. So I started building a cockpit! The design doesn't have anything new, but I build it at my way, with small details that make it unique! And here, the first prototype almost ready, as you can see And then, i took it to my room to a "test fit" And then, painting, and last details... The seat was removed from an old car and then repaired with new cloth. After some time 'playing' with my new toy, I decided to take it to the next step. changing what's not that good, and making the last details First, a Sketchup design. And now, the hardware. It's not that great, but I don't have money for a new one CPU: Intel P Dual Core E5300 @ 3.06GHz MB: ASUS P5K Deluxe Wifi/AP Edition RAM: 2x Corsair XMS2 1Gb + 1x Kingston 2Gb VGA: ATI Radeon HD5850 HDD: Hitachi 250Gb + Western Digital 500Gb Sound: Creative Audigy 2ZS PSU: LC Power LC6550 V2 Starting with the hardware mod/tweaking for better looks CPU Block Before During: And After: Placed: And these are the connectors I'm using: And now a little more paint work Don't forget the mainboard coolers After: Before: After: And a small detail in the board...Before: Sanded: And after (Blue LED) And a test fit in my old case: And then, I did a little test in the CPU Block. I didn't paint the sides of it, so it looks cool with a LED And finally, I've started building the case for the hardware! This was build in Foamed PVC, because it's really light, and easy to work with. This case will be placed inside the seat 'base' (don't know how it's called ) Cutted pieces And a important thing. Measure once, cut twice....oh wait The only piece I didnt build... Planning.... And more photos to come. Thank you for watching!