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Don't forget, RPI4 have different layout like RPI3. In RPI3 the Ethernet connector in the left side, and after the 2x2 USB. Like in this case design. But in RPI4 first (at the left side) there is the USBs, after the Ethernet connector.
To be honest, I'm thinking RPI4 is too expensive now, around double of the price. I stay with RPI3+ for a while, maybe after half a year it will be around the same price (this happend with RPI2-RPI3 too). But yes, RPI4 definitely faster, especial with increased ram.
I don't want to shoot timelapse video, just remotely control and review my printer, sending gcode for it without playing with SD cards, cut the printer power with the relay, etc. Should an RPI3 enough, maybe an RPI0 too.
I agree with you, the box is awesome. My problem is the XT60 connectors, check above. Everybody have a detail for making this box perfect. I waiting for the new mainboard, RPI, etc after print and build this project.