Well, this is actually an old project that was postponed for a little over 2 years. Way back when, DeVil_909 came to me a rough design concept, which I fleshed out practically in 3D. Well, for a handful of reasons the project was delayed. But it now has feet and is off and running. Although progress has been a tad slow due to my new part-time job and the fact that I'm trying to get used to a few new tools. I have far more experience with machining than I did when this project was first started. So in turn the design has become a little more advanced and feature rich. This change is also partly due to the expanse of time leading to me losing the original file for the first design. Here's the new design External Dimensions: 16 x 16 x 13 inches 3 5.25" drive bays 3 3.5" drive bays removable motherboard tray hinged drive and power access panel rotatable and swappable reservoir and drive cage units allowing for multiple front panel configuration and case orientation options completely spherical reservoir Log It took me a whole day to get the garage setup for working. I then placed a HUGE order through McMaster, which even though I only paid ground shipping on arrived the next morning. Shown here, next to the large pile of scrap plastic I bought a few days prior I then started cutting out the hollow square rod pieces for the frame. They were troublesome and I wasn't quite happy with the end result. Granted I wasted alot of time making them, but I decided to start over. The only upside of doing so is that I'm now more comfortable using my new tablesaw. This time around I decided to build a framing jig to help glue the new solid square rod together at precise spacings and right angles with no room for errors. The first frame half is drying now, and once I get the second one done I can reconfigure the jig to start glueing the two remaining frame pieces. And now I have something to work with! Most of the square pieces for the case itself have already been cut to size so most of what left is detail and drilling work which I will cover in detail in the next updates.