Please forgive my navigational, posting, and social skills in reference to this media form. I am an analog guy in a digital world, figuring things out by trial and error. In reference to my therapy project, you can get a little more insight into my endeavors by my post on the "introduce yourself" forum. This is a short list of some of the abstract components I have assembled in the creation of this project: -Scrap wood from my work -The 6 volt motor and transmission from a Barbies riding Jeep - Motors and relays from a garage sale remote control truck - wheel hubs and shocks from aforementioned truck ( I used everything but the oink from that one) - a slotted section of a CD holder - a USB wall converter, a 6 volt wall converter, and a nine volt wall converter - recycle plastic from incoming materials at work - mosquito mesh from a picnic tent - dunnage lumber and mdf board from work - recycled floor tiles from the apartment next door - CPU fans from cannibalized computer towers - roles of medical gauze bandage - the mechanisms from 1 inch mini blinds And an assemblage of various switches from assorted children's toys * no worries. It's not like some child came out and said "mommy my Jeep doesn't start!". All cannibalized toys were previously abandoned. That's my story and I'm sticking to it. These parts when cobbled together created A humidifying system, a shade system, a vent system, and a framework of panels made of screen and plastic So if anybody out there says to themselves I don't have the money or resources, all you need to do is get creative and keep searching the blogs and posts. Thanks again guys you've all been a great help.