Thanks! Well putting electronics outside in not a big deal actually. You just need some holes or printed mounts to attach electronics to enclosure and some holes to guide wires through. It shouldn't be a problem, but here comes the fun part. I'm printing inside this enclosure for 1 year and 2 months now. I believe it's 1500h+ of printing inside the enclosure and I'm printing a lot of ABS and PETG at 35-40°C in enclosure. I have no problems with warping and printer is running really happy inside. I'm running fan at 20-30% to achieve this temperatures and the air gets filtered through hepa and carbon filter. I have intake holes near rambo and PSU, so there is actually fresh air coming through those components.