I think I'll really have my work cut out with the next one maybe a 2 year project, depends how difficult it is & funds but do want to keep it lowish cost to be honest having a bit of a set back gives me chance to get busy with the rest of the design, the main difficulties I had with Stealthlow was learning new techniques, anything which was flat was nice & straight forward but after what I learnt with the curves I think I'll manage it better from now, think . Cheers bud . Looks small now but when it becomes a dual rig it might be as high as stealthlow but I think it will be an interesting form anyway but it will be modular so the HTPC can be carried off whenever, reason for the dual rig is most of the time I only need a low performance rig & it's quite a small amount of time when I need a performance rig so having a 50w system for most of 24/7 use instead of a power hog which idles at 210w & when gaming 350w it'll cut my pc electric bill down from £200 per year down to £64 which allows for 60 hours each month of performance computer use, was the recent how much does you rig cost to run blog recently on bit-tech, got me interested in finding out what it costs & was a bit surprised so the main reason of this project as well as needing an excuse to make something new . Can't wait to put the scroll saw to use though . Thanks mate, means a lot I can't believe how awesome Get a Life is & keeps getting better just incredible stuff.