The glue on the back supports are finally dry and load bearing now, I love JB Weld When I clamped the parts in apparently the psu brace was moved up a little and I can't slide the psu in from the back now. No problem there because I can either add it in from the side or just file down some of the top so its accessible. I don't know why that psu mount doesn't look straight but the bubble level says everything is fine. Not sure why I'm getting that optical illusion. All I need now is a spot to mount the pump and I'm good to a test fill. After I get back from my in-laws in St. Louis I'll start working on the back covering and the pieces to go over the res's (ugh I'm dreading that, first time working with sculpey). I tested out a piece of my sheet styrene on one of the sides and it is extremely flexible I'll have to cut a piece of lexan/acrylic to see if that adds any strength to it or not. Oh yeah, that isn't the PSU thats going in there, its just my test one that I keep at my workbench.