Hi all, I know there are a couple of 3D printed options out there for UDOO cases. However, I have a laser cutter, so thought I'd put something together using that instead! Here's an imgur album of my second prototype. http://imgur.com/a/AzRcN The case itself clips together without screws or glue or anything and is good and sturdy. I use 4 metal PCB standoffs and screws from each end to secure the actual UDOO, which sits firmly with this setup. The lid is easily removable to get access to the GPIO pins - I looked at cutting holes to directly place arduino shields on top of the lid, but I think giving the option to just remove the lid when needing the pins is better, I have cut holes for each different port, including for the SATA and camera ports on the top. There are still a few things to sort out involving sizes of port holes, correcting text position above each port and adjusting some of the clips to function a little better, but these should only take an hour or so! I will be cutting my (hopefully) final design early in January and would be happy to sell some if anyone is interested. Let me know what you think, and feel free to give your suggestions!