Hi there. I've got a spare bedside cabinet from Argos. I don't use it nor have room for it but instead of throwing it away, I thought I'd try to reuse it as a pedal box. So first I modeled it all up accurately and then set to work on a design, and came up with one. I wanted to be able to adjust the pedal positions up and down, forwards and backwards, left to right and also alter the tilt angle. Plus I wanted a setup that could swap between 2 pedals for F1 style racing and 3 pedals for street car racing. This is what I came up with. Firstly, here's the cabinet as existing, and then I broke it down to all its constituent parts. After a little rearranging (and a little cutting) I came up with a vertical and horizontal slider mechanism that utilizes the existing drawer slides: If I make the sides of the cabinet transparent, you can see the vertical sliding mechanism, and if I make the vertical sliding mechanism a little transparent you can see both the vertical and horizontal sliding mechanisms. A third pedal is easily added, and in the last pic you can see the pedal spacing adjustment and the pedal tilt angle mechanism. The whole thing is designed to fit under my standard IKEA computer desk as shown in this pic. I've got a TH2Go on a Ergotron mount that adjusts up and down, and has adjustable tilt angle. There's enough bits left over from the cabinet to make a sliding mechanism to put under the TH2Go so I can slide it backwards and forwards too. There's a minimum of cutting involved and just a handful of brackets to buy and I'll have what I believe is a vey flexible and robust pedal box for a minimal outlay. All in all I'm pleased with the design. Comments welcome. Regards, Mr Pibb.