That's coming along nice!!!
One word of advice would be to watch the airflow/PC cooling with the car heat on during the winter. Mine is in the glove box as well, and the cpu / case temp goes up 15-20 degrees above normal when the heat is set to the floor vents.
It appears (on mine) the ductwork for the vents runs right behind the glove box and they get warm to the touch. Also, the hot air from the floor vents rises up through the open pockets under and behind the dash, and wind up in the glove compartment.
In the summer, the opposite is true. With the AC on, the PC stays nice and cool!
I solved this problem by lowering the air temp (sometimes), or simply opening the glove box door. Powerful fans pulling air out of your case should be fine, some duct work leading it away from the glove box cavity might help too.
Anyway, just thought I'd share.