Planted everything in a case. I really like the visual design of this case. Not sure what year it's from, but it's beige and looks great. Overall pretty good condition. It had some rust under the front cooler holder. I removed the rust with rust buster a while back, still not re-rusted so I'm happy. The case came with no feet so I attached large black rubber feet to the bottom of the case with nuts and bolts. The case came with a piezo speaker, but my motherboard comes with a piezo speaker built-in, so rolled the extra wire and I hid it inside the front panel. The case also has a placeholder for a large classic speaker, will add that too if I will be able to find one for cheap. A case had a printout of jumper settings glued to the bottom at some point. I removed it to check the bottom of the case because I had a suspicion it might be rusted. The case turned out to be relatively fine, but I think I forgot to take a picture of the printout, unfortunately. I can't find a photo anywhere, would be nice to know what kind of computer lived in it before. This happened way before I decided to build anything in particular in this case, so I can't remember the specs. Another recent find on eBay was that Lian Li HDD rack. I really like the design of this item and it fits with the case and the DVD from beautifully in my opinion. It will allow me to swap out the SD card without a full case disassembly. I also added a black 3.5" FDD from around 2006, but it ended up not working. It lives under the case cover so it doesn't matter what color it is. I will save my spare beige FDD for another build. I probably misplaced the ribbon cable, will check it next time I disassemble the case. It's not as simple as I would like it to be because there are no side panels - it's old-school with a wrap-around bent sheet metal hood and it has slot-in holders on all three sides plus it has a plastic slide-in attachment on the front end. The case came with a front fan and a huge plastic fan holder which obscures a lot of the airflow. There is also a placeholder for a tiny fan on the back of the case. It would be nice to drill a large hole in the front for a standard modern fan and add a back fan too sometime in the future. The case has a local company logo complete with a job number . It is (was) called Village PCs (located Melbourne's South Eastern Suburbs & Mornington Peninsula) and the website is still alive: http://www.villagepcs.com.au/. I love the logo, will preserve the sticker.