I posted this to another forum while waiting for activation. But ill post everything i alrready had on the other one here all as my first post This is my first case mod and it sounds a bit ambitious tbh but i feel like ill be able to do it. I am planning on hopefully starting this tomorrow but id like to hear ideas of what people think i could do as well as what i already have planned. i still haven't decided what hardware to use but it will probably be extremely low end for now because i do not have much money . im going to be doing it in white and blue using a Zalman Z3 case i used to have a rig in. i had the black one which means im going to have to paint it before i do anything. i plan on making fangrills, more for aesthetics than anything, a PSU shroud/cover and a few other little ideas. i guess before any of the parts get here tomorrow i should take a picture of the case without anything done to it, so here it is: and disassembled: so i cant remove the 3.5 drive bays or 5.25 bays which might become a problem when painting but if it does ill cut them out, but i have got a use for the optical drive bay that im going to keep quiet for now. But the first thing ill do tomorrow is clean all the dust off case. day 2: Today i sat waiting for bits to be delivered, i received the sandpaper, my rotary tool and blades and paint. i was hoping for it to have come sooner but it didnt I got the rotary tool so i could cut the abstergo logo next to the window and put light blue translucent acrylic behind it. after i got the tool i decided to practice on theside of an old hp compaq case and it's a good thing i did because it didn't cut and hardly even scratched it. Now i will have to find another way to cut through the side panel, but thanfully i should be able to use the tool on the acrylic. day 3 (today): Today the acrylic sheets i ordered were delivered and so far i have used primer on all the pieces of the case apart from the one i intend to cut. I left the back of the side panel because i ran out of primer but i can do that again when i do the other side panel. i removed the pcb for the power button, LED and USB ports. this was after my second coat and i did one more coat before i ran out. I think it went well apart from the little bit i applied a bit too much. As you can see i didnt apply much to the top of the chassis because that isnt really going to be seen by anyone. please leave feedback, be it negative or positive.