Ok, So the 1st part of my Worklog ( I accidentally put it case mod gallery) (Ill call it green) .. was all about setting up the new LL Case, wire management(uv sleeves,chrome sleeves), bezels, uv fans, fan controllers, and quick disconnects for the water. Before we go any further I want to than Bio-hazzard for all his help and motivation to do this. Also wanted to thank all the helpful people here at the hard forums.. from the guy who answered my post on the PSU mod, to all the great posts in the water forums. On with the work! That can be found here. http://www.hardforum.com/showthread.php?t=941813 Now onto the building of the custom external water case. After many hours of plans, drawings, figuring out, buying, buying some more, trying to figure out spacing... it was time to start to build. The 1st thing I did was see how i could attach the fans to the Rad. I couldn't use the screws that came with the Rad, becuase they were made to go through the WHOLE fan, and i need them to only go through the 1st hole of the fan, becuase i needed the second hole on the fan to hold the screw that will hold on the fan grill through 1/2 inch MDF. So of course, since what I am doing in non-standard I had to head over to my local hardware store (Rockys Ace Hardware) which is thankfully anout 500 yards from my front door. So with rad in hand, i went over and after testing a done of screws finally found out that kinda fit, aftering pretty much "tapping" the holes with one, as i kept screwing it in and out of the holes, so it would adventually take the screw.. so what I thought would be like a 20 minute job, turned into like 3 hours. Anyways heres the results. Heres the screws that came with it.. they aint gonna help.. heres the screws fro Rockys 27 cents each. Final Results Heres what it looks like with the grill on Ok time to make the Cuts.. The case is going to be 17 long, by 12 wide and 12 high. This is the 1st time I have ever worked with MDF. Have ti say i like it so far, its real easy t work with. Look time for the 1st cut! Next set of pics is the top of the case, along with the tools of the trade so far (well except for the saws), a dreme and a 5 inch hole saw. Here is where I cut the hole for the 120mm Typhoon Res. This has been pretty funny from the start. Its advertised it will fit any 120mm blow out. Ah, not. a 120mm blow hole is 4.5 inches give or take. That is a 5 INCH hole saw, i am using, and its still not big enough, i had to dremel the hole some more but it fits great. Thats my Dad holding it up. Hes had to come over to see what I was doing, when he called me up, and asked what i as doing today, and I told him, he was just like "huh?" "water?" "computer?" "thats bad right?" So he drove over to see what i was doing (ok its like a .25 mile down the road, but still) Lastly heres some of the sides front, and top cut. I ran out of MDF, so I need to hit HD tomorrow, so I can continue. Thats all for now! I hope you stay tuned!