Greetings All! This is the next stage of my adventures into world of cannabis cultivation! This grow will be as follows: Mrgrowpro PC server tower (64cm x 43cm x 20cm or 25.5in x 17in x 8in.). There are 2 standard intake and 1 standard outtake fans. This little space can get pretty hot in the summer if I don't use air con in my room. Luckily, summer is over here and we are into autumn. MEDIUM Soil/coco mix. This supersoil mix is from my last Og Kush grow that I am topping up with a little perlite, coco, worm castings and neem cake. This will be a water only grow, with the occasional microbe tea thrown in for good measure! LIGHT 145 watts of LEDs total. This is a combination of my original 3 x 15 watt led light strips (45 watts all up) along with my new Grow Candy 100 watt high intensity LED. Unfortunately, this powerful little bugger quickly raises my temps up to unacceptable levels unless I keep the front panel of the PC off. But then, this defeats the whole purpose of doing a PC grow in the first place - stealth. So at this stage, I'm not sure how much I'll even get to use the new light. But still, I hopeful, since summer has finished and we're into the fall down here in Oz - maybe the room temps will drop enough that I could use the Grow Candy on top of the light strips, because up to a point, more light is better! I ordered Grass-O-Matic Med Gom 1.0, Dutch Passion Think Different, Nirvana Blue Mystic, and Royal Queen Seeds Northern Lights – all autos and all through Herbies Head Shop. I’ve germed Northern Lights and Blue Mystic, both for their particular medicinal effects and also for their low odor reputation. My last grow was an Og Kush photoperiod plant. I ended up with just under 10 grams dry after harvest. I was a bit disappointed with the yield as I was aiming for at least 20 grams. Not sure what to expect with my autoflower grow as I have no experience with them. But I am gaining experience in growing cannabis in general and the basics should be the same, with a couple of exceptions: apparently it's not a good idea to transplant autos as they are on a strict time schedule and any transplant shock could make it unlikely they would recover in time to reach their potential. Still, I am planning to transplant them out of their Dixie Cups in the next couple of days while they are still in seedling stage. Hopefully transplant shock will be minimal since I will put the entire contents of the cups into the pots; hopefully at this stage their root system won’t be overly disturbed by this. Everyone, please wish me luck!