The first inspection of the desk. This was so important for us, some times I forgot to take pictures for the buildlog. Here are the first issues I walked into, we're human too (All these things have been changed in the new design) Again this is a real old design of the legs, still had to test some stuff for the acrylic. A weld at the top of the desk .. oops, the cover wont fit like this.. And a funny one .. the holes and grommets for tube or fillports to big. This should have been changed but slipped through. Without a grommet the fillports fall through. I'll find something on that for now. Also a funny one, after assembling the supports they aren't horizontal. PSU mount fits almost every PSU ... except this one . HDD trays really look good, personally won't use them in this build. When I removed them.. oops .. no covers. Also raised all fan/rad holes, more space for cable management. And me as the only European in the team. Off course the other side of PSU plug fits, but for in case people want to have their power socket inside. Sometimes pretty exhausting... "what if they"... Personally going to use these instead of the PSU mount. Less noise and easy to move. We will supply these too. Inspecting the desk, best is to just start building a pc inside. So lets start with the fans and rads. For this setup I needed over 160 bolts and nuts Back rads. Side rads. Lighting not overdone, I like the Cooler Master fans. Another way to feed your PC. Lets take care of some working light And installing some grommets. Here I was still planning to do a single pc build, still had all the space for 2 fan controllers. Pump controller from previous project for the looks Rads seem to be brown with flasher on. Had a spare fanguards, might be nice to keep it there. This is something I'm REALLY happy with in the design. In my previous desk it took me dozens of hours cause I didn't have this. The first cables. The bridge also has mounting options for 12x2.5" HDD/SSD. Personally I'm not going to hide them. And the rubbertape for under the glass panel that will be used to protect from scratching, breaking and noise.