Hey, bought a Coolermaster HAF932 and Thermalright Ultra 120 extreme 1366. Buying the rest of the i7 parts in a couple weeks. Currently running an oldschool Athlon 2500+ on an NF7-S 1.0, overclocked to 3200+. My main concerns; The HAF has its giant fans, but surrounding large portions of the case (at the fans) are just holes/grating that leave the inside of the case exposed. I thought, that didn't make sense for efficient airflow, yet this case is known for it's great thermal performance. Had a thought about taping this up. Would you recommend putting clear tape on the inside of the case to cover this grating? I already did, tested for sound as well before and after. It seems quieter, but as far as cooling, anyone try this (or does anyone feel like experimentin')? Another side Q, anyone think that the clear packing tape would cause a problem with static? Also, I bought the TRUE 1366. Would anyone recommend getting two new faster 120mm fans for it for a push/pull, that way they match speed as well? Or, if I were to just get ONE new fan, is a faster push or a faster pull more efficient? Also I read that you can make the TRUE blow vertically upwards instead of horizontally. What works better? Gah! Thanks for clearing this up!