I made the casual statement a while ago that perhaps it was time to design my own PC case.
Although that was a off the cuff remark, since then I've done quite a bit of thinking about it.
Right now I'm not particularly concerned with the materials/construction aspect, but rather, the desired features and layout.
It seems to me that there are number of inherent flaws in the standard case layout.
For instance, the PSU and CPU/HSF are typically very close together, creating an area of intense heat concentration, which necessitates more extreme cooling methods to deal with.
Think outside of the box if you will ( the final product doesn't have to be box shaped, after all), and tell me what you would like to see in a computer set up.
Any little obervation will do....
To start, my case has an absurdly sized "reset" button. Even my little finger is too big to press it in past the bezel. Not that I use it much, but if it's going to be there, it should work properly.