I've got an old radio (1930's era), which with Seamaiden's permission, I've taken the guts out of with the intent of turning into a home server to store all our photos, music, movies, etc. It has a cool dial which we would like to save, but it does take up a fair bit of room inside the box. What I would like to do is purchase 2 cheap computer cases, cut them apart with the Dremel, drill new rivet holes, and pop rivet them back together to fit the inside of the radio. Ideally I would end up with 6 hard drives horizontally at the top of the case, the power supply at the bottom on one side and the mobo on the other, leaving space for the dial in the middle bottom. I've got my eye on a mini-ITX mobo which seems ideal for the home server, but will the holes fit the standoff holes in a micro-ATX case (of which I can get 2 for $20 each)?