I see it's been updated with the completed build. Looks great! The only thing I'd add, because I'm a filter junkie and hate dust in my PCs, is a filter to the bottom intake fan. Maybe even more important in a tight custom build like this that isn't easy to take apart.
In case you don't want to head over to the OCAU forums here's a quick few pictures (more available in the OCAU thread)
As you can see, the final completed build looks almost untouched from the original (creepily so, it's even in the same position on the table :S) which was the intention. I wanted to build a computer that wasn't recognisable as one; no flashy lights, no obvious cabling etc.
and here's another shot just for fun!
Really chuffed about the positive responses on OCAU! Hopefully you guys around the rest of the world like it too!
Oh, one other thing to consider...EMI shielding. It's normally provided by the metal case but this one is plastic and wood so not much shielding. I doubt you want to take it apart again but you could cover the inside with something to shield it. I don't know if aluminum foil would do anything but it would be easy to form in there on the curves.
That is a good point. I had considered EMI shielding but read quite a few forums saying you shouldn't worry too much unless you have problems. Plexiglass cases seem to have little trouble but it also seems to vary in different situations.
I'm still in the 'see what issues come up' stage with this case as it is the first one I've made and I didn't think I could predict what might come up.
One of the things I put into my design was to make sure I could easily take it apart again. The separate tiers of the lego sorter really helped in that regard.
I'll do a bit more searching on EMI and aluminium foil in case it comes up.