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I like it both ways...I think the non-slanted version would be easier to sell as it could be marketed similar to the Splash "look-a-like" that people loved.

Either way, if/when this going to production I would definitely be in for one smile.gif
    
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Ashamed to say but I prefer the non-slanted, Splash "rip-off" look redface.gif Great work though, if you go to production I'm in for sure thumb.gif

I agree. While both designs are extensively thought out, the slanted version takes away from the "cleanness" of the rest of the case.

Either way looks great thumb.gif
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Ashamed to say but I prefer the non-slanted, Splash "rip-off" look redface.gif Great work though, if you go to production I'm in for sure thumb.gif

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I like it both ways...I think the non-slanted version would be easier to sell as it could be marketed similar to the Splash "look-a-like" that people loved.

Either way, if/when this going to production I would definitely be in for one smile.gif

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Ashamed to say but I prefer the non-slanted, Splash "rip-off" look redface.gif Great work though, if you go to production I'm in for sure thumb.gif

I agree. While both designs are extensively thought out, the slanted version takes away from the "cleanness" of the rest of the case.

Either way looks great thumb.gif

So what everyone is saying is they would prefer a "Splash "rip off?" Lol well I can do that. I do want to allow the community to experience the case as well so I want the community to love it as much as I do!

So it looks like the community has spoken and they want it to look just like the Compact Splash. Alright, I guess it is time to lock down the design and make it the final drawing to get cut out. Fingers crossed it turns out well!

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Version without the slanted fan grills is the better one of the 2. Love how fast you are getting this to it's final stages. thumb.gif
Soon we'll be able to buy this biggrin.gif (when you turn Artisan)

Are you also going to do a fill port on the top? Like the splash offered? Maybe running it as an option for us guys wanting it?
Didn't see it on the to-do list or read past it.

Keep up the good work thumb.gif
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Nice one subbed!

Thanks!

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Version without the slanted fan grills is the better one of the 2. Love how fast you are getting this to it's final stages. thumb.gif
Soon we'll be able to buy this biggrin.gif (when you turn Artisan)

Are you also going to do a fill port on the top? Like the splash offered? Maybe running it as an option for us guys wanting it?
Didn't see it on the to-do list or read past it.

Keep up the good work thumb.gif

I will look into it. The most desirable options for the Compact Splash were the delete options so I may elect for no fill port at all. Will see when the time comes to make the case available for everyone thumb.gif

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its been a while sense i have looked through this thread. the progress looks great. and are those SSD mounding points under the motherboard? i like it thumb.gif
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Don't worry too much about having it look like a Splash clone. You're aiming for a basic, utilitarian look so it's not that easy to move away from it. Besides it has been also done with Project Arctic (it's mATX too)!
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