This project is about a case for the PC that I'm building for my GF, the woman that I love. <3 It's an old AT full tower case that I got from a local auction site for 13US$. Nobody here knows that they can mod these AT cases into ATX, that's why they sell it cheap. Front The case came with all the bay covers, only a 3 1/2 bay cover is missing. It has 3 buttons, Power, Turbo and Reset, which I'll have to mod. It also has 3 LEDs, you can barely see them below each button. There's a small grill at the bottom. There's also a badge and under it there's a MHz display, I will take it away, I already have another circuit with a 7 segment display that connects to LPT and it's going to show CPU's temp. http://www.gideontech.com/content/articles/209/1 The buttons and on the right side of the LEDs there are emossed letters, which I'll take away by sanding them down, I'll take a pic later whenever I start working with the front panel. Back As you can see there's a place to put an 80mm fan. Below that, where the PSU goes. It has some prepunched things to hold DB25 and DB9 connectors, some of them have already been opened, and some where "filled" just with stickers by the previous owner of this case. And of course, no I/O panel, it's an AT. There it is, the mobo and the PSU inside of it, my room is very small, so I had to throw everything to build up that PC inside the case. The mobo tray and some other parts are riveted, I'll get those rivets away and I'll use Allen screws with bolts to make it look more pro. Inside There it is my old Creative Infra 48x, dyed to match MY case, not my gf's case. There are six 5 1/4 slots and four 3 1/2 slots. The HDD cage is removable, all I have to do is take away 3 screws and slide the cage back. At the bottom there's a piece of metal that holds the speaker that it's facing towars the mobo. Nothing to put an intake fan. The old style to hold AT mobos, I'll just use 2 standoffs for each of those "holes" and a screw to secure the mobo to the mobo tray. Starting Plan & Mod I put the mobo with the standoffs, I've secured it with screws and there's a missing hole that I've marked using a paper clip, I just scratched the mobo tray. I've also marked where I have to cut to be able to access the I/O panel of the ATX mobo. As you can see, I'll also have to cut some part of the PCI slot. Don't worry about my marks, it's just to have an idea of where to cut. Weeeee!