as the title suggest i am modding a mozart tx home theatre case with some pretty heft water cooling components. this isnt going to be a new system but rather migrating my current gaming system to a water cooled setup. specs are as follows amd fx-53 dfi nf4 sli dr-expert 2gb corsair xms 3500 LL pro antec 550 neo 2 x evga 7800gtx in sli seagate 15k rpm cheetah 36gb sb xfi gamer everythign is in stock right now but once i migrate to the water cooling ill be overclocking like mad .... hopefully ^^;;. im planning to water cool pretty much everything cept for maybe the mosfets on the mb and as such i require a rediculous case. ive already been through several mod attempts 1 on a yy cube and 1 on a custom built alu chasis. neither turned out so well but hopefully this time around it will be different. the heart of my wc setup is an iwaki md20rz, which is the most rediculous thing i have ever purchased. this pump coupled with the storm g4 and mcw60 blocks it should be an impressive setup. anyways on to the pics.. first up the case its self. this is the first thermaltake case ive ever owned and so far im very impressed. no attention to detail was missed and the only complaint i have is that the aluminimum is kinda thin and that they power coated the base, top pannel and side pannel. but perhaps i can fix that with some paint stripper. all in all the case is incredibly light for the size. and all the weight is in the front bezel which is all alu as well. and here are my wonderfull toys. an affore mentioned ikaki md20rz, 2x thermochill pa 120.2, 2x swifttech mcw-60, an original storm g4, and the 4 main fans which are delta efb1212she's. the fans put out 141cfm at 12v and they use not quite 10amps per fan. i will have them on a fan controller and likely will be running them at 5v 90% of the time. test fitting some of the components and for the first bit of actually modding taping up the rear and making a template for the radiator mountings. at this point my dremel started to overheat midway through the 3rd 120mm hole. the panel is 18 guage stainless steel and it chews through the cutting wheels like you wouldnt believe. funny thing is this case still isnt big enough for everything i had in mind. as it stands i am not going to be able to use a res. as i need prettly much all the 5in bays and there is not enough clearence form the top of the case to the top of the rads. looks like im gona have to go with a fill port only this time around. also with the size of the pump i am going to have to be creative with the placement of the mini itx board that fits on the back side of the main atx one. i would like to be able to leave enough room on the psu mounting for a extended size psu such as the pc power and cooling 1kw.