yea looks means nothing, but if you want a really really cool looking bench, then do what i just did. I used and old dual XEON server board, but any motherboard will do.
#1 pick a dead or working old board that you dont care to destroy.
#2 buy a $20 heat gunf romhomedepto, 1kw is enough, i bought mine for other uses such as pulling the temperature high, heatgun is needed for extreme cooling, opr torch or hair dryer.
#4 heat the backside of where capacitors are, the heat will eventually get hot enough so that the caps will pull out very easily, but beware caps can explode under heat. so that is why i heat the backside of the board first not the front side. Use pliers to pull them out, and do not squeeze them.
#3 heat up components until their solder starts to melt and then use pliers or a knife and push them off the board. Chipsets come off really cool, little smd components can be blown off, sockets come off cool as well. PCI-E slots are kind of hard, start from underneath the pcb and pull out one side and gradually move down.
#4 enjoy your bare PCB, if you did it correctly it looks really damn cool, and youll have TONS of parts for replacement incase something goes wrong on another board.
#5 go to homedepot and buy 6/32 size bolts and nuts, get teh 2inch long bolts, and get 3 nuts per bolt, you only need like 6 bolts.
#6 screw in your bolts to make a stand by screwing in on the standard ATX holes and then place your working board on top and enjoy! ill get some pics up soon!