FYI on using a Lexan or other plastic as a front bezel with meters. Plastic has A LOT of static! It will skew your meters. I was able to bleed most of it off but tomorrow I will use a dryer sheet strip to eliminate the static. This is a trick I learned when reloading shot gun shells for trap and skeet, hanging a dryer sheet strip in the powder reservoir eliminates the powder sticking and messing up the amount dropped into a shell. The same will work for the front bezel. Also, Lexan is scary to cut using power tools, eye protection is a MUST!
You can bend it in a break without even having to heat it up at 90 degree angles I have worked with a ton of it. We have a laser cutter at work as well to help with the cutting but some of the stuff we have used lexan for was pretty genius.
Cool tip about the static.
There is a cleaner out there that we use for this purpose it is called brillanize it gets rid of the static for quite a while comes in handy http://www.abcplastics.com/shop/accesso ... -container a little bit goes a long way.