This is a very responsible approach, and I can respect that.This is something I thought about but decided against, reason being is if there are any delays then it will just lead to disappointed customers. With being such a small company, launching a new product is a massive undertaking and things tend to take longer than expected. We are currently targeting the end of September kind of timeframe and I'll update you with a more firm date nearer to the time.
That's good to know, I'll stay tuned.But on a positive note, I don't think you need to worry about stock issues as Overclockers UK placed quite a big stock order for the XTD. However, if you order direct through Lazer3D and we see a large volume of orders in the first few weeks it may take us a little longer than usual to make and dispatch them.
Just asking because my ITX hardware has just arrived, and I searched around what other chassis options are available, and found that most of your competitors are either big and bulky (despite being marketed as ITX), or just plain ugly. There is a lot which are basically clones of the Dan case but those feel like putting the hardware into an expensive frying pan. There are very few nice ones and those all cut one corner or another which I would prefer not to cut.
On the other hand the LZ7 XTD looks like it is still small but can fit basically any hardware as long as the user sticks to an ITX board and an SFX PSU, without the need to specifically look for "SFF" components like low profile or short graphics cards or thin fans or CPU coolers. I believe it will be a very popular choice, and it looks like Overclockers agree with me on that one.