Titan ITX status. New Pics! Some of you know I've been working on an ITX based mini gaming/HTPC system for some time. I thank you for all the input on it. Here's the update. 3d drawings almost complete. As soon as I approve them, they go to the water-jet then CNC-folded into the base and cover of the chassis. Faceplate drawings were dropped at the machine shop this afternoon and should have the production prototype by Monday. Once approved, the design heads to CNC for production. Web domain TitanITX.com reserved for e-store and support forum. Host servers are online but the site isn't up yet. Stay tuned. As far as the system itself, here's some of the details. -Anodized (black) brushed aluminum front faceplate. (Power LED recessed so LED is not directly visable from the front. Flush mounted power button) -Aluminum chassis (base, cover, faceplate, brackets) -HDD LED removed from front of chassis. (Anoying in low-light HTPC setting) -Change was made to allow for one 2.5" SATA -and- one 3.5" SATA drive. I may make the 3.5" HDD accessable from outside the chassis if desired. (aka. built-in trayless mobile rack) -Optical drive is SATA slot load. (only option at this time) -450w 80+ PSU using single 80mm fan. (quieter then 2x 60mm fans) (load testing pased) -Mounting option for two 70mm case fans. (required for some graphics cards) -Changes to internal bracketing to allow for easier disassembly. -Support for one full-height PCIe x16 graphics card up to 12" in length. (two slot width) -Custom solid copper CPU cooler. (Will not support stock or aftermarket coolers) -ROHS compliant. - ~.27cu-ft internal volume. The design has been a long haul working a little here and there to develop the product. My goal was to create a very powerful ITX gaming system in as little space as possible and also have good thermal management. It hasn't been easy. The final product is actually very simple but this wasn't by accident. I think some of you will be impressed by both it's simplicity and function. Those involved have been quite impressed by it. Some things I need to address are; Front USB ports, card reader, and LCD display on the front faceplate. I will sell the chassis as designed and later offer a replacement faceplate with the added features. It is a fairly easy process to swap them. Cost? I'm working on that. I didn't want to cut corners just to save a quarter here and a nickel there but throughout the process I've kept production costs in site. This is American designed and American built. There are some foreign components used but I didn't outsource the production. If I do, I hope it is to keep up with demand. Now all I need is a trusted review site to send a sample for testing. Any recomendations? That's all for now.