Printed as a one-off (emulated) Amiga 1000 recreation running Amibian on a Raspberry Pi 3 (and with an eye toward using it as a machine for the AROS port when it's released). Postprocessing of the print consisted of sanding and smoothing via acetone with no other modifications. Looks fantastic even without painting or decals, and the only major issue was some warping on the top piece that's likely due to curving of the print bed (not any fault of the uploaded file). I never owned an Amiga back when I was a child, but putting this together and powering it up for the first time was very exciting.
Note that the front micro SD card slot almost looks big enough to fit an SD card rather than a micro SD, and in fact I tried this as I'd rather use the larger cards if possible. The card itself fits through the slot but the extenders I've found on Amazon are too wide to fit into the case, so stick with a suitable micro SD card adapter unless you want to do significant modifications. I'm also holding off on ordering the adapter for the hard drive as I'm not sure what model(s) are most likely to fit and may end up trying to go a different route for mass storage.