Good job, but its not my cup of tea. Hope you dont get a short and burn your house down.
Ugh. Before this gets out of hand, the four great myths about wooden PC cases are:
Wood cases catch fire. The ignition point of wood is 250-650 degrees Celsius.
Wood cases need to be grounded (short-out). All of the computer components are grounded through the power supply
Wood cases run hotter that other cases. The case material has an insignificant influence on internal case temperatures.
Wood cases need EMI/EMR shielding. Most likely this is not an issue and wouldn't be any worse than an acrylic case.