Hello World My name is Bo, I am a computer science student at the University of British Columbia, and I am addicted to build logs. Even though the intro may resemble that of an alcoholics anonymous initiation, the premises of it is entirely accurate. So without further ado, I present to you my first case mod ever, the FREAKYEYE Lian-li a70F. The a70F chassis is a massive case of outstanding build quality but a victim of horrible design. The case is, nearest as to make no difference, 2ft tall and 2ft deep, and yet, my ATX build looks jam packed due to the lack of cable routing space and a few design features which are more destructive than innovative. For example, the "tool-less" expansion card holders is inconsistently difficult to operate and a huge waste of space. What was wrong with just thumb screws? From the plethora of images above you can see that the case is very wide yet that manufactures left about 1cm of space between the motherboard tray and the side panel, making it nearly impossible to hide any cables there. Oh, and for the life of I cannot figure out why there are so many holes in this case. The design of the mod is fairly simple, with some tribal design influence, so here is the sketch-up blueprint of it. Help me decide if I should paint this case black or grey. Thanks One of the best features of this chassis is that it is really well built and the materials used are top notch which allows me to to take away some of the support aspects of this case without ever having to lose structural integrity. This will be all for now here is a teaser of what's to come.