Has anyone attempted to use an old AV receiver as a case for a living room PC? I tried googling it but came up empty handed. There's a distinct lack of larger living room worthy cases that are horizontal and that also blend in seamlessly. There is the Silverstone Grandia series of cases, some of which are roughly the same size and similar in appearance to an AV receiver. But from what I've read, they can't even accommodate a 240mm AIO due to weird fan mount spacing and clearance. They also have ridiculous amounts of space dedicated to huge 3.5in and 5.25in drive cages which are just useless for me. I have an old AV receiver gathering dust. I'd be lucky if I could sell it for $50. I figure why not try to turn it into a PC case? It's 17in wide, 14in deep, and 8in tall. Rip out all the guts and it could easily accommodate full ATX and anything else I could possibly want. I've been a SFF enthusiast forever. The Ncase M1 is actually my largest PC. However I'm kind of tired of paying a premium for SFF when I barely take my PC anywhere anymore. I'm kind of ready to try something new, but a conventional tower is definitely not what I'm looking for. I want people to walk in my living room and have no idea there's a super high end PC right in front of them. Anyone come across anything like this before? I'm not dead set on modding an AV receiver, so if there are any OEM cases that look like premium AV equipment while also supporting larger air coolers or AIOs, large GPUs, etc, I'd be open to that too.