Hey guys, I'm looking at starting my first real modding project soon (I'm inspecting a mate's Aopen fulltower this afternoon to assess it's modding potential ). I've had a bit of experience cutting a few fan holes in cases, but that's about all the metalwork skill I have. Aside from a drill, angle grinder, sheet sander (forget the exact name ) and jigsaw, there's no powertools in the house. * I'm going to be attaching large pieces of sheetmetal to the case, as there's a few huge gaping holes in this case (it used to have a watercooling setup in it). Should I attach the sheetmetal with bolts or rivets? * How easy is it bend sheetmetal? (Possibly 1mm thick) Would it be something I could do at home, or I'd need to get someone else to do? * How easy is it to cut plexiglass? Same techniques as jigsawing a fan hole? Does it crack easily? What is an ideal thickness to use for a window? * How can plexi be glued together? Superglue, or do I need something more specific? * There's a LOT of paint on this case (thanks to the numerous owners). Would using a mechanical sander to sand it back to bare metal be a bad idea? (I ask this as I rarely see people sand back their cases using any method apart from by hand) * I've never used bog/body filler before. Does it cover/fill holes? You can see some holes on the right side of the motherboard tray in this review (second image)... I'd like to fill them in if possible. * I'm thinking of moving the location of the PSU. Would the four screws alone be enough to hold a heavy (Antec TruePower) PSU in place, or would it need more support? * A dremel may come in handy while working on this mod. Since I'm stingy/poor, I don't want to buy an expensive one. Supercheap sell a "rotary multi tool", which is 135 watts, has 40 piece accessories, variable speed and carry case with 2 year warranty for $29. Dick Smith has a 130watt tool for $29 too. I'm leaning towards the Supercheap one, as it's closer in town for me. (If you dont recognise the names of these stores, it's because I come from a land downunder ) Also, would the supplied cutting disks be reasonable, or would it be in my interest to get some good quality ones from a proper hardware store? If yes, are there any particular brands or types I should be looking out for? * Lastly, if there are any Aussies reading this, can you recommend me some spraypaint? I spraypainted my amp with Wattle spraypaint a few weeks ago, and it turned out OK. However, I applied some Taubmans clearcoat... and it sucked, to put it bluntly. I don't want to make the same mistake again :\ I know this is a rather sizabe post, but I'd appreciate any replies Cheers.