Got a bit bored over the holidays and had a sheet or two of perspex laying around that I thought I might as well put to good use. Had a go at a 'test bench' setup. Super roughly cut, and my slightly pissed drilling is a little off, but I'm happy with the result. Still trying to figure out what to do with the cable management. Thinking about taking it apart and making it flat, so I can separate it over two or three 'levels'. Specs: CPU - i5 4670k @ 4.5GHz GPU - EVGA 980ti Classified with a little OC. MOBO - AsRock Fata1lty H87 RAM - Corsair Vengeance 16GB 1600mhz SSD - Samsung 850EVO 250GB HDD - WD Black 1TB My mounting solution to hold the GPU upright and stable. Not too bad. Cable management needs some work! Here you can see the motherboard standoffs and how the drilled holes look from the side. I rushed a little and you can see that the board chipped when I tried to drill it too close to the edge, so I had to inlay the mounting screws a little bit, which resulted in too many holes being drilled, but oh well. It's a learning experience! And here it is on the desk! First time in many years I have worked with perspex. I forgot how finicky it is! Can't wait to have another go and take a bit more time to ensure everything is a bit cleaner and more precise!