Oops! I think I'm OK on that now. Mach was kind enough to offer use of his tapping die! Thanks for the offer. Speaking of tapping... -I used the drill press to keep the tap level here. The yellow stuff is really old oil. -I added a little water to drill some mounting holes. These were tapped out later. I did a lot of stuff off-camera for this update. -I dredged up 4-5 hours of time to sand and polish the fan guard fins! The test run has shown me they make a whooshing noise. I canceled out any quietness the Noctuas gave me. -This and the HWLabs SR1 stick out about 4" from the back. Now that this is done, I can remove the radiators again and start sanding the frame. -I also cut the bottom of the top of the reservoir. (middle of the outside of the left bit...?) -The bottom-half of the top cap of the reservoir... -Yeah, that's it. Anyway, I set the feed rate back up where it should be, and was showered with plastic confetti. I have no clue why I slowed it down. It was the two-flute ball end bits that were giving me issues before. The four flute bits chew through this stuff at 7IPM beautifully. -I'm rambling to cover for the lack of the rest of an update. I've glued the rest of this part to the MDF sacrifice Three times now. For some reason I thought it was upside-down the first time. Thanks again to my sweeeet sponsors!