Thanks, found out later that this was a picture of the sister of the person who will get the litho. The sister passed away earlier this year.
This one has 18 LED's and for the next one this size, will probably add about 3 more to even out the lighting. The lights I'm using come in a 16' roll and you can cut it to size between 3 lights- there are copper pads that you then use to connect the wiring and the LED strips together. It's hard to make a tight radius turn with the LED so for this one, I used 3 strips of 6 lights each, I will move them up a bit inside the case and add a row of 3 across the bottom next time and get a more even light but I was still happy with how this one turned out and needed to get it done so it could go in the mail!
I also used some connecters that are sold that connect to the LED strip copper pads to make the connections without soldering. the lights are covered with a rubber type coating that make them too thick to fit the connector so it has to be trimmed, but it's hard to trim off enough to allow the cover to close without running in to a diode. I got rid of the cover and once the connection was made, secured it to the connector with hot glue- the hot glue was used to secure the lights to the back of the case as well.
Thanks for the nice compliments.