Looks great. Am I the only one here who'd love a new format for ITX? Put the CPU on the back of the board. Here's how it would work: 1: Massive ITX board sized heatsink. You bolt the board TO that first. The CPU is on the back of the board, so essentially, it looks like a giant amplifier sink. 2: Undecided on ram or IO location. Definite pros/cons to either option. Maybe one stick on each side, mounted sideways? IO... I really would say on the back. Which gives a good 40mm depth for the massive sink. 3: GPU slot rotates 90* mounts almost flush with the "front" of the mobo. Let's say 30-50mm to allow clearances. 4: SFX PSU at the top or bottom of this (I say bottom), blowing up over the heatsink, across the board and GPU (when it's on). 5) HDDs... not sure. Guess it depends on whether you commit to M2, 2.5 or want 3.5. and How many. If 2.5, can practically be anywhere. 6) Rest of case somehow bolts to the heatsink I imagine this thing would be very small, but still capable of handling a high end CPU/GPU. Most of the time it would run passive. The rest of the time, the massive sink would have enough mass to stay within reasonable temps. I'm literally thinking a kilo plus of solid metal possibly with pipes. That ought to result in fairly stable temps even passively. No?