Hi all, Just wanted to share a project I'm working on. I bought a Naga Chroma particularly to use with my laptop, but I found that the charging base / wireless receiver was too big for me. So I'm working on some new enclosures that don't sport the charging base functionality (I charge with the wire). Some photos of the current progress: Spoiler: Current State Front. Side. Back. Bottom. The guts. Here was the first go, I eyeballed the dimensions so it was off by one millimeter. I ended up making it bigger for V2 just to make sure everything would work. Spoiler: V1 Here's a photo of the boards for those interested. Spoiler: PCBs The size of the enclosure is limited by the larger board of course. My next step is to shrink the enclosure (since I put in a lot of slack for V2). I also will print a new base for the original charging base so that the two can "dock". This way I can keep its charging functionality for desktop use. I'll share the model files if there's interest, but it was pretty straightforward that anyone should be able to model. I'll hold off a bit on this though just in case Razer wants to yell at me for this . It should go without saying that opening your hardware is at your own risk. I really hope that the next Naga I buy has a detachable micro receiver on the charging base. Love this mouse! Just ordered a pouch to protect it. Thanks Razer! Edit #1: BTW, my hope is that other people make better designs and can share them (to save me some work ). Edit #2 (2015-02-23): Here's the Tinkercad page with the STL model file. Spoiler: STL Preview From the preview image: The blue components are my models for the two PCBs in the Naga's receiver/charger. Remember I measured this with a crummy caliper! I'd recommended double checking my measurements. I modeled some of the larger components of the PCBs to check for height clearances. There are much more though. The purple ring is the ferrite bead (I think?) for the connection wires. The rest is the top and bottom parts of the enclosure. Enjoy!