Whats up GrassCity! i'm really psyched, my roommate and I finally moved into our new apartment and started construction on our stealth growbox. My original plan was to use a dresser and hollow it out, but we couldn't find a big enough one. Instead we're going to attempt a modified rubbermaid grow similar to others i've seen on here. The major difference is... In most i've seen on here, people have been turning one container upside-down, and placing it ontop of one rightside-up to leave a large opening inside. while this is effective, it is not very stealth because, honestly, who keeps rubbermaid containers in their closet stacked like that? We got two very large rubbermaid containers roughly 4ft long, 2.5ft wide, and 3ft deep, that each came with lids. We kept them both rightside up, and both with the lids on. We simply cut a hole in the lid of the container on the bottom of the two container stack, and cut out the bottom of the one stacked ontop. Now, inside, there is a large amount of space, and on the outside, it looks like nothing but two rubbermaid containers harmlessly stored in my closet. I would post pictures for you to get an idea what i mean, but right now my apartment doesn't yet have internet, but it should by the end of the week. Anyhow, we then duct taped the edges of the two holes to one another from the inside of course so it still looks like a harmless stack of containers. And now we have our first roadblock... Problem - Tested it by putting a light inside and closing it up, and oh my god, it looks like a lantern. Totally obvious that there is a light inside and i only tested it with a single incandescent bulb lol not 8-12 cfl's so alot of light proofing is our next task. Solution - We are college students and very poor, so cost of materials plays a big part in this. Tin Foil is cheap, and if layered, i think will prevent the light from penetrating the box. Once light no longer gets in or out, the tinfoil will be covered by cut up, white garbage bags to get the flat white inside we need. Thats all we have for now, any comments, advice, or constructive criticism is much appreciated. We want to start testing temp. and humidity on wednesday and start germinating as soon as the Fox Farm soil comes in the mail so stay posted.