Given all the steroidally over-muscled PC case mods out there, it's nice to see a refined and sophisticated one like that Humidor NX (pictured right). This is the sequel to Jeffrey Stephenson's Humidor PC. It's made of old cedar wood with a gorgeous cherry finish. Too bad Jeffrey had to go and put a blue light inside there (never seen that before). Instead of a fine Romeo y Julieta, the Humidor holds an AMD Geode CPU running at 1GHz, a 120 GB Seagate SATA drive and a 1 GB of Corsair RAM. Next up is the DECOmputer (as in art deco). Jeffrey took an old Caulkins Appliance Co. Breakfaster and turned it into a great looking case (pic after the jump). It sports a 1.8 GHz Pentium M CPU, and a 40 GB hard drive. If you're looking to get your hands on these though, tough luck — they're not for sale!