Hello everyone! I've been modding for a while, and have various logs on quite a few other sites, but Mark (MKmods) finally talked me into registering here. To be honest, I had already been visiting this forum occasionally, but I'm not sure why I haven't bothered to register before now. Either way, I'm here now, and I'll attempt yo get you all up to speed on one of my ongoing projects. Since it's been underway for a while, you'll have to bear with me for a little cut and pasting... I apologize in advance if there are any inconsistencies, but I'll do my best to fill in the gaps and answer any questions you may have. So, let's begin! Another project begins... In a change of pace however, this one isn't for me. It's for friend of mine, and since we couldn't come up with anything more creative, we'll be using his nickname "Hutch" as the project title. In true L.O.S.I.A.S. fashion, this project will fit in with everything else I've done. It won't be as extreme as my prior endeavors, but I'll still make very efficient use of space. This time around, I'll be working with a PC Design Lab Qmicra v2. Hutch managed to procure one of these beauties after speaking with Dave Lalopa of PCDLAB. He requested one that had not yet been painted, and that's exactly what I received. I took delivery of a surprising light and compact box... After looking over the case inside and out, I've got to say that I'm impressed with it's engineering and build quality. The all aluminum case is also shockingly light. That doesn't mean it's flimsy, there just aren't any extraneous bits on it. Everything has a purpose... and that's exactly what I love in a case. With the case probed and disassembled... the fun stuff is about to begin.