Since waiting around for June to arrive so I can progress to the next stage of my apprenticeship and waiting for some info on a couple of Temp jobs, Ive got a lot of spare time on my hands these days. With me always having my rig out spread across my desk, I thought I would make my own mounting for a mobo and the rest of the hardware that usually goes in a case. I find its easier to switch stuff etc. See whats going on etc. So I went up in the loft. See what I could find. Got some MDF and some battoning sorted out. Had a general Idea in my head what I wanted. Sheet of MDF ontop where mobo will be. 4 posts. Sheet of MDF at the bottom. Other hardware would be on that. Got an old P3 mobo from welshtom (cheers mate ) for a guide line on mobo holes and the size of the mobo etc. I measured the board. The MDF I had was just wide enough for the mobo. Length was'nt a problem. I allowed for some gaps at the top and bottom of the mobo for some slots for cabling to go through. I cut them out. Lined up the holes from the mobo. Drilled the holes. Got some bolts. Posted the bolts from the underside of the wood. Mobo would slide ontop on the bolts, holding it into place. I allowed for some room between the MDF top and the underneath of the mobo for heatsink backplates and such like. I had some insulation knocking about so, I used it to cover the side underneath the mobo. Just in case if anything shorted etc.