In this video I show-off an absurdly over-engineered front USB port cradle made from scrap wood and demonstrate how it fits into the box. Located and cut a small square hole in the top of the USB support cradle. The cradle will be pinched in place by the cover plate when it is eventually glued in place. The cradle is to remain "free" in case the ports need to be replaced. The holes align with the grilles' location peg. When inserted the peg keys the USB cradle in place. Spent about two hours with some hobby files rounding over the edges of the grilles' supports/separators. Minor detail but it is a dramatic improvement in the appearance. Might not be so dramatic in a photo. Still picking that scab. These are templates for cutting the aluminum for the DE. The idea is the inlayed aluminum would be raised above the mahogany surrounding surface instead of flush fit. Also toying with the idea of coloring the lower hemisphere in something bright like red. Maybe brass? Still looking at other alternative designs while I'm waiting for the delivery of my stainless steel power push-button. Thanks for looking.