Over the past week I've been thinking through a concept for a casemod. Having worked on the A3 PC (see sig) and finding out just how hard it is to build a perspex case from scratch, I decided it would just be easier to use an existing case and screw some perspex panels on the side. At first I planned something in black - goes with anything - but got some inspiration from thinking just how many cars there are around at the moment that look good in white - the Golf GTI, for one. The basic concept is for a watercooled setup, housed in two combined cases to create extra room, with white perspex exterior panels, for shininess. The panels will be bolted directly onto the side, though on the front and top they'll be raised by standoffs to give more room for the fans, shroud and mesh. The top panel is by far my favourite aspect. I still haven't come up with a design I'm happy with for the front. Internally, I'll use two cases, probably Lian-Li PC-60's (any variant) as they are nice a blocky to work with, and pop up on used ebay quite often. The upper for the MB and watercooling setup. The second case I'll cut the top of, turn upside down, and bolt onto the bottom of the case, to hold the PSU, HDDs and a slim slot-load DVD. Basically this will make something like a P190, Lian Li V2000, TJ07, although I've never really found any of these cases attractive and the price doesn't seem worth it for something I'm going to cut lots of holes in! The turbo button will be a latching vandal switch - it'll switch the supply for the fans from 5V to 12V, handy for overclocking. I haven't watercooled so wanted to get some opinions. I was thinking of a DTek Fusion V2 for the CPU, some full coverage waterblock for the GPU (currently have an 8800GT but don't think that's worth watercooling), a deep triple in the roof, narrower dual in the front, Liang D5 Vario, and EK Multioption 150 res, with fillport in the roof. The dimensions in the model are as good as I could get and it seems to all be able to fit together. The loop is quite odd, but avoids any tight turns for the tubing, which I'm planing on 1/2"for a beefier look. I also may add a drain port. Obviously I'll need to build some support structure for the Res, etc. So, where I need input: Spot anything immediately wrong with the water loop? Any styling tips or inspiration? In particular I don't like the front panel. Seen/got a Lian-Li PC-60 on sale cheap? Get in touch! Pistol.