I am working on a lighting mod for my case. I am going to be putting some acrylic rod (frosted finish) behind the front panel grill. I am going to put some 5500mcd LEDs at each end of the rod, to cause it to glow. Here's the problem. The rod, is .25" in diameter. The LEDs are 5mm LEDs, or, if you don't want to do metric to US conversions, close enough to .2" in diameter to make no difference. My original plan was to drill out the ends of the rod, and glue the LEDs in (probably with Elmers white glue) Obviously, I will not have enough material around the LED for this method. So here are what I see as my options: 1) I can "dish out" the ends of the rod, so that the dome of the LED fits reasonably well, and use heatshrink or such to hold it together. 2) I can file the tops of the LEDs flat, and smooth the ends of the rod, and again use heatshrink or such to hold them together. Anyone have any better ideas? Thanks, Jason A.