Looks good. Ordinary polyester resin isn't a good choice for potting. Polyester shrinks slightly as it cures, which can introduce significant stresses into the electronic components, and then it's very brittle after cure. Potting isn't really necessary for most electronic assemblies, as long as they are mounted in some kind of enclosure, kept dry, and not regularly exposed to corrosive atmospheres (e.g. salt air). Also consider that after cure any potting compound is virtually impossible to remove for repairs or modifications.
If you still want to experiment with potting, silicone rubber is a good material to try. I've used ordinary silicone bathtub caulk successfully, but it's better if you can find one of the silicone rubber sealers that don't include acetic acid in the formulation (i.e. no vinegar odor).
[This message has been edited by Marvin McInnis (edited 01-10-2008).]