UPDATE IN POST 225- Messages follows Hi Guys, Following the Karma HTPC Cases Details... - AVForums.com thread, both I and Anth.Payne have been in contact with Karma to try to sort out the best costs for the cases. GladlY I can report with all credit to Anth that he has now managed to secure UK pricing and a very competitive rate (especially compared to other cases on the market) For those of you not aware of the cases please take a look here: Karma® TF5 HTPC Case, The TF5 Home Theatre PC Case by Karma® T-series Now to give you some background, the current issue at the moment is Karma do not have a UK distributor, so if you wanted to buy one of these cases by themselves the postage alone would cost £130, not to mention the cost of the cases and VAT- this would have put costs well above £280 for the cheapest of their cases originally So with some negotiation with Karma, on the basis of a Group buy (10 orders or more), lets get down to the new costs thanks to anth.payne: Cases: TF5 = £139.95 TF8 = £159.95 TF11 = £174.95 [-]TFHDD = £189.95[/-] NOT AVAILIBLE TT = £289.95 OLED Kit = £74.95 IR Kit = £26.95 http://www.karmadigital.com/images2/karma_ir_small2_mce_remote_control_htpc.jpg(note: although the remote is availible elsewhere , this does not include the IR reciever kit you will need for it to work with any of these cases) PSU for the TT = £69.95 Postage costs: Cost of Postage to any UK address would be ~ £6 All specs for the cases are availible on the website linked above, and as you can see compared to the current method of getting one, the saving would be substantial on postage making these cases alot more affordable and very competative compared to other less attractive cases currently availible. If you are interested, please list your name below with the case you would be interested in. Timescales: 50% payment to secure your order, remaining 50% balance prior to shipping. Payment: In terms of timescales - it is estimated 30days from order confirmation for production, and approximately 2-4 weeks shipping (4wks worst case scenario).