Well, it's been a couple of weeks, so that means yet another update! In this installment, I take care of the blowhole needs of my case. Now, I've always been a little bit apprehensive about cutting circular holes in my case. I'm not exactly the jigsaw or dremel master, and I've got a big problem with holes that aren't perfectly round. For that reason, I set out to find some sort of plastic moulding or bezel that would cover up my incompotent cutting, and make the blowhole look neat. Well, I found the solution to this problem at my local furniture store. I noticed that the plastic dohickies they use to seal up holes in desks for cables to go through would serve as perfect blowhole ducts. After asking nicely, they sold me two, that were about 85mm in diameter. A size nearly perfect for the 92mm fans I'm using. Anyways, we all know how blowholes are cut, so I won't get into too much detail here. First I cut a hole in the bezel. Then, a matching hole on the decorative plexi faceplace (which will be backpainted metallic grey, exactly like the instrument panel) Then I examined the duct thingies. Yep, they are quite handy, a modder's best friend even. Installed! All signs of messy hold cutting are gone. Also, you can see the completed instrument panel, lit up and working perfectly. I did the same thing on the top. Mounting the fan here will be a little tricky, but I'll save that for another update. Now a quick survey of the case. Note the duct tape holding the bezel on, since I was too lazy to screw it in. In the next update, I hope to cover: Mounting the top fan: This will require some custom hardware, since the fan has to be mounted on the chassis, not the unitbody (for ease of removal) Installing the window: This is an interesting thing that people are starting to do (I thought of it on my own, but obviously, some other folks thought of it too). I am going to print off several injet transparencies and have them backlit by the case's lighting. You won't be able to see inside, but instead, you'll see a nifty display thing. Also included on this window will be a blowhole and a glowing border.