Hi All Just want to post this on here to see if any of you guys are interested in supporting this Kickstarter. I am in no way involved with this project but I'd really like to see this one succeed. Background info ========== The guy (Stephen Jones) who was responsible for the original Checkmate A1500 Case back in the 80's for people to put their Amiga 500 into a metal case that allows for more expansion is now taking this idea further and is doing a Kickstarter to manufacture a case that looks like the Amiga 3000 desktop case but allows you to put an A500, A600, A1200 or PC m-ATX or m-ITX motherboard into it. Stephen's still very active in the Amiga community. The Amiga 3000 along with the Amiga 1000 was probably the best looking of the Amigas, and this Checkmate case looks brilliant. He's already made a prototype of the case with the finished metal parts and a 3D printed front facia. The Kickstarter is to get enough people pledging to it so that it's cost effective to fund the production of the moulds so that the front facia can be made by injection moulding for a high quality finish. Checkmate A1500+ Kickstarter page: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/483774293/amiga-3000-inspired-modular-amiga-pc-desktop-compu There is a Black option and a Biege (Oyster white) option and you choose which motherboard configuration that it will be for. But these can be changed if the Kickstarter is successful and gets to manufacturing. The pledge to get one case is £159. If the Kickstarter is not successful then no money will be collected and the project is dead and will not continue. At present he has got about half of the final goal. The Kickstarter will end on Tue October 2nd 2018 8:00 PM BST. This is Stephen's Youtube channel that detailed the progress of the making of the prototype and some Q+A videos about the case and Kickstarter, as well as all his videos on retro stuff: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC_8lkByJmwbOszev0S-LuRg PLEASE NOTE: THE COLOUR OF THE 3D PRINTED PROTOTYPE FRONT FACIA IS NOT THE FINAL PRODUCTION COLOUR.