Pretty much finished my built of "The Wire" over from Diyaudio (I was lucky to snatch the last remaining assembled SE-board ).
This year somehow I am pretty much into real wood, so I had a friend cut a solid one piece frame from Golden Madrona burl... just big enough to house the assembled pcb and the headphone jack. Power comes from the PSU underneath which is covered by a rusty cover made of 3mm soft steel.
The tiny floating front panel is basically held by the headphone jack and lit from behind by an orange LED, signal wiring is solid silver with 5% gold (left over from interconnects) in cotton sleeving. The three aluminum feet contain small neodymium tablets to "snap" the amplifier to the psu.
Sound is really good, even this being "only" the SE-SE it has tons of power, is V E R Y neutral and has bass control bordering brutality. It is also suited for all kinds of music and doesn't have the "coldness" I experienced with some SS gear.