Time to get the motherboard standoffs installed, I am using some 6-32 x 3/4 machine screws inserted from the backside of the case into the holes I tapped several steps ago.
I am keeping this as simple as possible and used some PVC tubing to make some 8mm non-conductive spacers to keep the motherboard suspended above the door latch.
Nice and easy.
Next up was to mod the sliding door latch that goues under the motherboard using a 3 amp rotary cutter.
Two minutes of work later the latch pane now fits with the new motherboard standoffs.
I then started to fit the test motherboard onto the new standoffs to make sure everything was aligned properly.
Looks secure to me.
Now its time to attach the HD-PSU rack to the case, you probably get a pretty good sense of where all of the cables will be going from the shot below.
Now comes the fun part to see if I measured everything correctly, the rack is designed to be mounted 25mm above the base of the door, you can see the riser supports below.
One tool I think will be very handy is my laser level, by lining it up with the HD-PSU brackets outermost edge I see that I have a few millimeters of material to remove from the door catches on the front of the case.