Hi everyone, first time poster here, though I've been an avid follower of this site and the general modding community for a number of years now. Thought I'd start off a thread for those who have an appreciation for Small Form Factor cases, to allow you show off your concept designs (sketches, sketch-ups or renders), mods, scratch builds or even just to air your thoughts/suggestions (all positive - we know the cases are crammed, goes with the territory). If like me you can't fathom the majorities obsession with goliath tower cases that can only be hidden discretely by storing them in the airing cupboard, or believe that like other technologies the good old home computer should be shrunk with progress not made bigger, then please, I urge you to show your support for the under rated art of cramming components into tiny boxes. I'll start this thread off with a few of my own concept revisions I've recently been working on, the last of which I will soon be bringing to reality and will be posted here on this sites Project logs (once I’ve bottomed out the last of the material costings). This first design was centred around using a flexi riser to allow the GPU to be located behind the MB tray, which would both reduce case dimensions allowing space for a W/C setup and (being the hottest component in the Case) compartmentalise it away from the MB & CPU (since SFF cases biggest design issue is reducing ambient temps and increasing air flow). The design is Acrylic and is based on the up and coming Tron Legacy range of Razer mouse and keyboard. A sneek-peak at my latest design. I moved away from the above component layout due to the reduced performance/bandwidth that comes with using flexi risers. By moving the GPU back to the standard locale/design the W/C loop was out the door (Air cooling was more actual better space saving not to mention cheaper). This design is still based on the Tron legacy concept. I intend to use a new lighting tech in town to achieve the glow - LightTape (worth a look!). Hope this inspires you to get designing if you havent already, and look forward to seeing what's out there!