I finally finished it. Some pics after the story. Had this idea to build a smaller-than-minitower case out of acrylic for over 9 months now, and I (and my brother) finally built it over the past 4 days in between work, sleep, and CS:S. It's a quick and dirty build, but I'm living with it for now. Problems: Cracked front, no back, horrible cuts, scratched everywhere, misaligned holes, bad wire management, etc. Original plans were slightly smaller, about 2 inches shorter width. Complications in old design produced some major changes. They also called for bright blue LEDs, but I got really annoyed at the 4 in my psu and the two in my cpu heatsink, so I took them all out and it is now dark. Cooling has been improved, all air enters in front, and exits either back or psu. The large switch in front and above the front fans is power and reset. Knobs on either side are the fans' speed control. Despite taking off the 80mm fan from my gpu, it idles 45 C.(will post loaded temps in a while.) Tool list: 1/4" acrylic Low power drill (biggest pain working with this) Screwdriver Tap for screw holes screws Here's some links to slightly higher res pics. 1 2 3 4 Tl;dr, home-made case, smaller than original, better cooling, here's pics.