Hi Guys I've been wanting to upgrade my current media and file server to a more power friendly version for a while now and decided I need to make some plans on the new build. The current server is a 1.6GHz P4, 384MB DDR400, 2x320GB baby running Ubuntu Server 9.04. It's only running a proxy, firewall and samba so it's not taxed very much but when I try to run DC++ clients on it it starts to struggle, especially when I'm accessing files over the network concurrently. Now, the new rig is as planned: Intel Little Falls 2 Mini-ITX with Atom 330 Dual Core 1.6GHz CPU 2GB DDR2-800 (Although it only supports 533, 800 is cheaper ) 2x320GB Seagate IDE's (the current drives) 1x1TB Seagate SATA 7200.12 32MB Space for another HDD if needed Gigabyte 370W PSU (Plain vanilla) I'm trying to save space as well and I want to make a custom box for it. I thought that clear Perspex or Plexiglass will do fine as it's pretty inexpensive and easy to work with (Also, I can get it laser cut for free here at our university, I just pay for the materials ). Done some work in SolidWorks and this is one of the things I came up with so far... Any ideas will be appreciated. Still need to do the front panel design and so on. Front: Forgive my tacky fan sketch, just wanted to make it look like a fan, didn't need to be authentic Back: The whole box is 200x240x250 (w/h/l).