VIA is celebrating the 10th anniversary of the mini-ITX form factor (they created it) so they sent me one of their new boards to use in a project. I'm so glad to not have to build something for a contest. Compromises and deadlines suck. Let's go. VIA VE-900 mini-ITX mainboard w/ attached picoPSU. Standoffs screwed into small wooden blocks. This helps me position the board up or down by removing or adding material. The system's SSD will be mounted underneath the board. Once the proper height is set I can order the appropriate sized standoffs. Frame for the I/O plate. Seven pieces of wood come together to form this... I like the curve on this sugar canister. This is a separator/bracket I made for my "ribs". I'll need five or six more at least. Thanks for looking. Comments are welcome.