I too wish we had some pre-made cases available with proper cut-outs and there does seem to be 1 or 2 3d printed ones if you google it. The thing is these cases don’t take into consideration the casual user that’s going to use the 410c as an always-on media player or emulation/game station. Using it in this manner is going to require the proper cooling (to avoid throttling which minimizes fps drop and video stutter) and as mentioned in another thread explains how bottom mounted heatsink is the ONLY way since there’s shield with airgap on the top side of the board. So cases have to made to accommodate not just the 410c but the stand offs and heatsink that will be installed with it: http://www.heatsinkusa.com/2-079/
There has to be a kit that includes a pre-drilled heatsink, stand-offs, screws, and thermal pad. I already have all the pieces as suggested by one of your board members and just plan to run it caseless for now. The case (if someone decides to make one) should be built around this cooling solution. I understand this is development board but not having proper accessory support is a put-off for the casual user. We want to spark interest and make it easier for everyone including folks just learning about electronics to get started with a Dragonboard. I hope one day Dragonboard will have a comparable community, tutorial, and accessory support that the Raspberry Pi currently enjoys. I realize it’s not up to just one company but someone has to take the first step and kindle the fire to get things started. If I had the resources, I would make pre-drilled cooling kits with all necessary parts and make it available as a start (getting back an extra 400MHz is a big deal). Maybe that fans interest into one person that creates a case for it and in turn mass produces and sells that case for this cooling solution. Then it snowballs from there and sooner or later as Dragonboard user base grows, you have even more kits, compatible hardware, and easy to follow tutorials written for it.