Imma building one. Trying to build one, at least. I had this planned a while ago, but school and work keep me busy. Here is what I want the specs to be: 1. No screws. I want the case held together with a latch or two, but everything else I want held in by gravity. 2. Smaller than an ATX HTPC. My cooler is the tallest thing in my case, I have this beast. So this is a challenge. 3. Professional-looking power buttons and lights. I have 20 Blue LEDs, a 4 switch DIP, and plenty of wire. I want this thing to glow, and then turn it off when it gets annoying. 4. Silent, but windy. I have 4 80mm fans, a 120mm, a 92mm, a 60mm, and 4 or 5 smaller ones that I don't know the sizes to. 5. Good air flow. I want front to back air flow, with most of it exiting the graphics card and power supply, with positive air pressure inside. Any suggestions are appreciated... Imma also keep a timeline...will put at bottom of post. Early October-ish 1. Got idea to build case. 2. Gathered dimensions, bought enough acrylic sheet for the job. 3. Attempted to create case, failed miserably, and cracked a large piece of acrylic. Current supplies: A bunch of acrylic sheets, a cutter, a ruler, fans, idea of how it will look. Needed supplies: A drill, MEK or super glue, latches, LEDs, time. November 6: 1. Renewed interest in case due to increase in free time. 2. Bought 16 blue LEDs...470nm, 5500mcd, 15 viewing angle. 3. Posted this thread about renewed interest. Current supplies: LEDs, time. Needed supplies: A drill, MEK or super glue, latches. November 9: 1. Received 16 Blue LEDs in the mail. 2. Received new power supply. (a single 120mm fan instead of 2 80mm, and 150 more Watts.) December 12: 3. Decided on using 1/4" acrylic sheets instead of the 1/8" I have right now. 4. Decided on a date for the build. Class is out, so it's gonna be sometime next week.