So, the SteamBox design is dead? Well, that's a bummer, but I'm not too surprised, not so much because of the engineerng challenges which I'm sure you could solve (like switch to steel for the internals and design the upper half of the case to have a "double wall" between the GPU and the HDDs) but because SilverStone already got the market for SteamBox-designs well covered with at least six cases that have virtually the same internal layout (except for the their first-gen SteamBox-cases, that are slightly wider, which some people would actually prefer over your case). Your design approach to that format is still unique with its outer aluminium design and the cleaner and slightly more compact internals. But for the greater market it lacked uniqueness since SilverStone have introduced their SteamBox design. And with a price tag of probably near $200 (plus shipping and tax) many people would have preferred the much cheaper SilverStone cases that work just as well (or apparently even better), offer ODD-support and don't actually look that bad. Plus: There is strong competition even in this forum. Still sad that the LRPC in its current design won't see the light of day because I think that you have perfected the SteamBox design (well, slot-in ODD support wouldn't have hurt in my opinion) and a part of me still hopes that you might continue the LRPC with a steel frame. But I understand your decision because the LRPC is not as unique as the M1 was and still is. So, I can't wait to see what you will do next! What will it be? A Lian Li PC-19 with an internal layout that actually makes sense? A DAN A4 in a small tower format with rotated internals? I would love to see a contribution to the uATX-market. The market for uATX-cases that are not just small midi-towers severely underrepresented. Do you remember your remake of the Sugo SG10? That would be my dream case, because I love it compact, but I also want to have the the freedom to go nuts without having to worry about wattages and temperatures. That would be the last case of my life because I would never replace it. But probably to expensive and will lack uniqueness just like the LRPC.