I've had an Intel Atom board with 1 GB RAM and a 500 GB hard drive sitting on the shelf for over a year. It's been running as a light network server at my house. Mainly file storage, torrents, and DHCP. Though I was really starting to get nervous with it sitting on the shelf out in the open. So over the past four months I've built a small aluminum and plexi case. The case is approximately 12in x 8in x 5in ignoring the fan on top (that adds 1.5 in). The sides and top are made of smoked 1/4 plexi and the bottom is solid black plexi. I gave the angle aluminum a brushed look to hide the tooling marks. It contains a mATX board w/ 1 stick of RAM, a 3.5" HDD, and a modded mATX PSU. I still need to rewire most of the components, attach the LED strip, find a smaller SATA cable, touch up some of the outside parts, and find some feet. I was too distracted and impatient during the actual build to take pictures, but I've got a few now. I'll take some better ones when I get more batteries for the camera and fix the settings again. In real life it is easier to see inside and the LED's are white not blue. Comments and suggestions appreciated.