...And the tank still hasn't aired out. -This set of pics is outdated. Before I sealed the top, I dropped in the glitter I made. I couldn't muster the balls to buy sequins/confetti/glitter in public, so I used a pet-G 2-liter bottle and a hole punch. I used a allen cap bolt and a lock washer for the mouning posts. That's what the blue glob in the foreground is hiding. I was originally going to cut a keyway groove in the screw top, and lock them with a sliding pin. I decided this was easier. -I needed to cut holes for the tank inlets, which meant more cutting of the d*mned pet-G plastic. I have to use a coping saw. -It even tries to melt with a hand saw. I hate it! -The only thing that does work on it is a fluted dremel bit on low speed. I used that for cleanup. -Half the exaust from the power supply is venting back into the case. I needed a duckt. -My first test fit reminded me of something... The powersupply is sitting flush against the frame rail on the bottom. I needed a big hole in the back corner anyway. -I trimmed off the extra plastic while holding the part down with one of my nuts. Have I ever mentioned these fluted dremel bits are my favorite? It sucks they don't make them with the spiral cutting edge anymore. the new ones are cheap, and are harder to control. -I took a pic in the middle of sanding. It's easier to see when it's not polished. The power cord for the motherboard will go out the notch in the top. All the other wires will run out the back/bottom notch... -I hope. Thank you Danger Den!