Cpl. factors first off: Most of the hardware in my current machine (see signature, below) is less than a year old. I'm still in financial recovery from the above. At some point I would like to water-cool my PC, to add water-cooling to my skill set, if nothing else. So; if I want to do so with my current machine, would it be a wasted exercise, given that the hardware is barely better than mainstream...? It seems a bit OTT to custom loop just a CPU, when an AIO would do the same job, albeit that a custom loop would (probably?) do the job better. The main thing that I'm fairly certain I'm going to need is - given it's age/generation - a new case... the Antec P280 wasn't at the front of the queue when water cooling conference invites went out. I tried to start a discussion about cases, yesterday but - even by my standards - I made a complete & utter pig's ear of how I worded it. So; here goes for take-2... given the spec. of machine I have & adding water cooling into the mix, what case would anyone here be willing to recommend; but with as close to £100 for a budget as possible (if it even is). However... factor in that the whole project may take up to the next 5 years for me to get finished, so I know that there will be some reluctance to recommend a case - based on that, are there case makers that are favoured for water cooling over others, on a 'general acceptance level...?