So, like most, I wanted a case for my Pi. I had been using the punnet which did a pretty good job but was pretty lightweight and was always getting moved around by the heavier cables. I figured this would still happen if I used any of the small plastic cases available so I wanted a case where all the cables came out the same side and also something a bit heavier.
My first idea was a Mac Mini case as it looks nice and has all the ports at the back already. But they're expensive to get hold of, even broken ones, and kinda big. Then I thought about Time Capsules, they look nice, have all the relevant ports and should be easier to get hold of. Then I stumbled across Airport Extreme which I realised is actually pretty small (I'm not an Apple fanboy so don't know their product range that well). These again have all the ports I need, with the addition of a 12v power supply jack (unlike the Minis and Capsules which use a figure 8 mains lead) perfect!
My aim was to keep any cosmetic changes to a minimum, after all Apple spent £$€1000's on making it look good, so best to leave it as it is, right?
I was quite surprised how perfect this case is for the Pi, minimal modifications, plenty of room inside, enough room to add in an IR receiver components or possibly a 2.5" hard drive with some modifications to the Airport case.
I made a tutorial for those curious or interested in giving it a go themselves: http://bit.ly/Apple_Pi
(Plus I also wanted to brush up on my HTML/CSS)
It now sits under my TV running Raspbmc RC3 quite happily and is controlled by the Android/iPhone XBMC remote apps and also HDMI CEC.