I've been lurking about here for a while, and figured I would share with ya'll something I've been working on. Not really a true mod in the creative sense, but I think its pretty cool. Figured out how to mount a GTS 360 rad in the front of my chasis while still maintaining space for the rest of my components. I am waiting on the res, southbridge block, coolant, and tubing which should be here today. I'm going to mount my res to the side panel to the right of the window and use a hole saw and grommets to plumb the lines through into the chassis. Let me know what yall think, more pictures to follow. Some basic fitting and testing before yanking all the hardware out of my case. I really like the Antec 1200 its a damn fine chassis. The fan assemblies off of the front of the drive cages as I began to tear everything apart. Another shot of the chassis partially disassembled. mmmmm teflon tape on the barbs for the radiator, and further tear down of the fan assemblies. My mainboard after pulling off the hsf, heatpipe assembly, and hsf compound. I tried out arctic silver's hsf removal liquid kit, and it seemed to work very well. No more struggling with scrubbing off the hsf compound. Definitely worth 5$... Miscellaneous removed hardware... Beginning to install the DD northbridge block. Northbridge block installed. Acrylic back plate for the cpu block installed. CPU block installed. A shot of the board with the blocks installed, still waiting on the southbridge block from EK. On to the radiator installation...I did a lot of looking and test fitting. I don't particularly care for the rad box and mounting the rad to the back of the box, to me it looks sloppy and lacks a certain finish that I like to have on my machines. The more I studied the chassis the more it became apparent I could probably shoe-horn the radiator into the front with a bit 'o modding. Which is exactly what I did...hehe... After much wrangling, measuring, re-measuring, cursing, and trying not to scratch any paint: Test fitting the rest of the honeycomb drive covers to verify fittament. If you look close I also managed to bring the fan speed controllers around the rad and re-mount them in their semi-original positions. More on the fan speed controllers, I am not in my chassis too much so I did not want to leave these inside. Upon closer inspection the bracket they were in was plastic, and now they would be touching the metal rad and the metal drive bay cover. Well with exposed leads that will never do. I like to keep things the same color, and viola! Protected leads. Pardon the mess, but with everything screwed in she is beginning to look the way she should. A shot from the inside, with cable managed fans. A shot with the flash, I know I know the screws will be painted, I just wanted to see what it would look like all put together. A shot with no flash, you almost can't tell that the rad is in there. Damn those silver screws are ugly, they'll get painted tonight. Let me know what ya'll think, there will be more pics and an update tomorrow once I finish this off tonight.