I compromised on my original high aspirations for a case. Perhaps I'll make a better case another time, but for now I have a nice wood case with a plastic face with -12V, 3.3V, 5V and 12V binding posts alongside 4 ground posts .75" apart to find the dual-banana plugs should I ever run into that. I also hot glued two LEDs at the bottom under the plastic. The yellow is standby and the green is on. I also put a power switch in instead of letting it be always on even though I have a switch on the back of the original box.
All the voltages measure up nicely. I have noticed though that since I last measure up all the voltages that the standby light only blinks on occasionally. I'm wondering if one of the connections is loose so I may need to take the case apart and look at that. I'm also thinking a good sanding and staining of the case might be nice along with some rubber feet to help hold it in place.