Update no 6 guys and we move on!! After I embedded the threads into the acrylic corners and fixed them with isopon, I sanded them with 150 grit and finished with 300. More sanding and detailed work will follow prior to painting. Then I used this dremel bit to clear carefully the threads from the isopon. Finished! My first thought was to use countersunk screws in the front and back side but then I choose to do the same on all the sides. Cutting the screws in size. After I changed my mind I cut more countersunk screws for the other panels too. Countersinking the holes. For the 2 other panels I couldnt use the countersink bit due to their different design so I had to file them. Attached all the side panels of the box. Front part will be the buttons and probably the fan controller but not sure yet, left panel is the dvd-hdd, right panel is the ssd along with their window and back side is the 80mm exhaust fan. And here are the restart and power buttons. I am going to attach them later on 2 momentary switches. So, I also started my work on the top part which is going to take me a long time due to its difficulty. First I used a thin carton which I folded in two and bended it to use it as my guide for the fiberglass. I used two angles to keep the piece in a particular angle, not complete 90 degrees but close to that due to my design. Preparing and applying the first layer of fiberglass. I also applied some fiberglass on the back side of the curve. Attached the top piece with cement glue in order to keep it steady for me to work with the fiberglass. I took the piece inside my room to leave the fiberglass rest for 12 hours and then I did some more work on forming the top piece in the proper shape. Added the final cloth fiberglass and finished the main body. The amount of work in this particular piece is unbelievable as the flow that the design has its very difficult as it will have many curves which they must combine with each other flawlessly. Thanks for taking the time to read and comment in my worklog it means a lot to me. Till the next time, peace!!!