Howdy fellow modders!! I am relatively new to the site so I thought I would look around for all the guide's, tutorials and past examples I could find before jumping in the deep end straight away! The project is designed to be a multi purpose work horse with the following primary functions: Firstly as a media box at home which will record and distribute HDTV, as well as a music station plugged into a 5.1 system. Secondly as a file server, although it is an older system it still is reasonably gutsy. Thirdly as a LAN box, this is where the real fun is at! It will have in built into the case a 25 port HUB and a 10 plug server grade power board. Here is a picture of the case, HUB and power board The wings with the screw holes on them will be coming off with the aid of sparks and a high powered angle grinder! As you can see space will be at a premium so I will be moving all the racks to work with the little space that I have left over. A side mounted DVD drive may be the order of the day but I will see how I go tomorrow! Specs for the box : P3 800 - soon to be 1.4 1G RAM Sapphire 9600XT - waiting for arrival Pioneer DVD+RW 2 x 200G Seagate HD's Antec 480W PSU Fusion HDTV PCI card Audigy 2 Netgear wireless card I have alot of plans for the box and one of them is a roller door front panel, the pic of the material is below to give you have an idea what I am on about. The major difference here is that I won't be able to have it roll into a cylinder like the real thing but I will have to channel on top of the case by using U-bent aluminium strips, the choice of storage options I have are have sliders on top of the case so it is visible at all times or have it roll to the back of the case using and portion of a 5.25" slot - any suggestions? For this to work I will remove the face plates (red boxed area) and dremel out all but the bottom and 2 sides to hide the U-shaped aluminium strips which will be acting as a guide for the roller door. The next decisions I need to make, and make it quick is if I should expose the HUB and power board by cutting holes in the side panel or having the panel on a set of hinges to open out like a cupboard door would - once again any suggestions or personal experiences with hinging a panel? I will be working heavily on it for the next few days so hopefully this log should be short and sweet, as long as nothing goes wrong and I can get the parts quickly .