Hi all. I just purchased a Thermaltake Tower 112 cpu cooler (on clearance no less, paid $16 for it!) My plan so far for mounting it is to actually run longer bolts, all the way through the motherboard mounting tray, including plastic spacers between the MB and the tray on the bolts, so that the load of this massive chunk of copper isn't being carried by the motherboard. My only problem, I don't like the idea of needing to simply tighten down the nuts to hold the cooler down, relying on my sense of "how tight is too tight." Any thoughts on putting some springs, with washers, between the nuts and the H bracket on the cooler, let the springs keep it down? Or would this give the cooler enough play to stay slightly loose from the CPU, reducing or removing the cooling entirely? I'm also planning on replacing the second set of nuts, which are presumably used to keep the first set from working loose, with locknuts (the type with the nylon washer built in) Thanks all.