@Insane: Whats the spec of that machine and what do you do with it?
Im hoping to build a second ITX system right his time. When I built one, it was when ITX was getting big, but the best case I could find with a good layout was a nice termaltake, but this case you have looks cleaner and compact. The second box will be for media serving purposes
I use it as a VMware ESXI Home Server Lab, at the moment its running a Windows Sever 2012 VM, with a couple of client VM's joined to the domain for testing purposes. I'm using it to learn more about Windows Server and active directory, with the eventual plan been to study for some Microsoft certifications.
The basic idea is just to have something i can boot various VM's for testing / learning and not have to pull old PC's out, dualboot and make a mess all the time. I can tinker to my hearts content from my main PC.
The specs are as follows:Motherboard: Gigabyte GA-Z77N-WIFIProcessor: Intel CPU Core i7 3770T Quad Core IvyBridge ProcessorCPU Cooler: Xigmatek Praeton LD964 Heat-Pipe Direct Touch Low Profile Cooling SystemRam: 2x Corsair Memory Vengeance Jet Black 8GB DDR3 1600 MHz CAS 9-9-9-24Hard drive: Western Digital Scorpio Blue 1TB 2.5″Case: Lian Li PC-Q16 Case (comes with PSU)USB Converter: From internal header on motherboard to case front ports
VMware ESXI boots from an internal USB stick and the 1TB drive is used as the data store for the VM's.
As the motherboard has two gigabit Ethernet ports i might run a VM thats dedicated to been my router in the future. Once my upload speed gets increased later this year i might host a game server on there too. Got many plans for it at present anyway
Unless you need the CPU power to transcode media I would have a look at the HP ProLiant Micro Server, you can get 5x 3.5" hard drives in there. It makes a great little nas. I have one that has 10TB of space at the moment. It servers all our media to various low power XBMC devices around the house, with a cheap copy of Windows Home Server 2011 it also makes a great machine to backup other PC's in the house.