So I recently decided I wanted the matching printer stand to go with my desk. Not as a printer stand, but as my networking center. I had a 32 port 2u patch panel laying around as well and a 24port switch and figured I could make it an all in one, with the switch and power strip hidden. This is how it was standing. Notice there was supposed to be a cabinet/drawer there, but I would never use it. So I was going to fine a piece of wood to use the slider rails on, but the back panel for the drawer worked perfectly. Here's the rest of the drawer. It's hiding a random sub. Also, my new camera has 12x optical zoom and I took this from my chair. I had an ATX board laying around(thanks to tranc3) so I threw it in there to see how it fits. I slid it out and it seems a bit to big. Hmm.. Here's a mAtx board(thanks to my girlfriends dad) and a 3.5 and 2.5 hdd for comparison. I was considering sitting them next to the board, but I didnt like the fit. A standard ATX PSU fits perfect! I traded my Antec 500w for this Antec 450w for a friend. The 450w has more connectors. I have this neat little thing from a desktop case from a long time ago(Originally a Pentium) I decided not to use it because it took up to much over all space and use this instead for the hdd. I have some spare ccfl's that I can use. LED Underglow? Nah, these are for tranc3 (they run off of 5v) Mount the 2.5" OS drive under here? Maaaaaybe. I found a motherboard tray from a $25 case tranc3 bought a long time ago. Here it is now. I will make a 19" rackmount in the space where the patchpanel is now so I can have a real mount for the patch panel and hopefully add a tray for a keyboard and mouse. The switch and power strip will reside in the lower left cabinet. I will cut 3 holes in the back left, 1 for power, 1 for the lan cables going to the patch panel, and 1 for ventilation via a 80mm aerocool fan. I will cut a hole in the middle for the lan cable to the server mobo and a power cable for the power supply. and the right back I will have the standard mAtx backplate hole This G31 Jetway board will be the base for the color scheme. I am planning to buy this motherboard as well. I have a spare Celeron D / P4 I will use for the time being, until I buy a new processor for Silent Night. I can get the TT BLue Orb II locally for $17, so I figure I might as well. This ram will suffice. I have a 1gb stick of Kingston somewhere that I will use as well, until I buy another stick. I am thinking of installing Windows Server 2008(64bit?) as ease of use to me, and so I can run Steam server clients for Lan's. Comments and suggestions welcome.