I like the current models of the Borg Cube on the net, but for me the only way a Cube would look good would be if it were multi-layered and greebled to the max. So instead of waiting for a model of one I'm working on my own. It will have a core which is reinforced, three layers of detail, and a fourth layer which is basically a bunch of boxes and tubes that will be added as the final layer. I plan on basically building about ten or fifteen boxes and an equal number of conduits to glue on the surface. Here's a picture of what I've got so far: Keep in mind this is the inner layer, right above the core. The currently square holes will have 45 degree faces put on them later on about half of the holes. The remaining two box-like layers will have progressively more and more empty space, and each layer will attach to the one above it via standoffs. Those will be made by extruding some of those small squares that currently make up the surface. Some of those squares will be extruded for box details to compliment the surface detail. The finished size should be from 20-25" wide, long, and tall and will include a display base, and maybe an in-scale Enterprise-D.