Hi all On Friday I ended my diy bonanza, and below are the results. The goal was to keep the cabinet as ascetic as possible. The tank standing on the cabinet is 110l 70x40x40cm. project: pretty straight forward, top is made from double mdf and that 3 pieces 7x67cm going under make a beam, to make cabinet more stiff. cutting and assembling outside screws countersink detail filler handle cut out and filled sanding in progress... of course breaks are very important, silicone for sealing corners just in case of small disaster after first primer layer, first disappointments. "Filler and sandpaper" story again. painting, painting, painting... 4x primer, and 4x dark grey matt paint tada!! Price: MDF ~ Â£25, filler Â£7+6, screws Â£5, iron on tape Â£2, hinges Â£10 Ikea (they are excellent! made in Austria), primer and paint 2xÂ£6 2xÂ£7.5, cable ports Â£11(incl postage). All together about Â£95. Final thoughts. I my opinion the cabinet looks a bit strange because of the ratio between doors and upper part of the cabinet. The doors should be bigger (higher), but this is minor detail.