Dan Coe's Motorized Madness started out as a 3D model so he could get a feel for how to get all the motorized parts to work. "There will be several panels on the case that will be motorized to reveal objects, fans, controls etc," he said on his project page. "Some panels will be hidden, and some will be obvious. The most electronically-challenging part of this mod will be to integrate all the motorization with a controller and have them automatically open on Windows start and close on Windows shutdown." With a turbine mounted on top, he managed to create his motorized monster in around seven and a half months.