Deuce , 2 of a kind, 2 of what you want.... having a deuce is a good thing. This new rig is going to be an exercise in 2. Dual Core CPU (Opty 185) 2GB of RAM 2 Hard drives 2 video cards (SLI) (2x 7900GTX 512MB cards) 2 water loops 2 reservoirs (dual EK MultiOption reservoirs) 2 pumps (Swiftech MCP350 and 355) 2 water colors (TBD) 2 Radiators 2 120mm fans on the top rad You get the idea! It will reside in a Thermaltake Armor chassis. Mind you, this thing is HUGE!!! Plenty of space for all this magic to happen! I brought the side window panel on vacation with me, and went to town on it this week; It will be another hot rod themed build, except this onw will be a hot rod paint scheme from a Hot WHeel part. Stylistically, it will be very influenced by the build out of a Deuce coup.... but it will have modern flourishes.... The paint job will be based off of this: Deep blue/purple on the base, and gloss black across the top of the cabin area. seperated by a flaming green stripe. Looks bad ass!!! So I startes planning out my window. And after several days with a pencil, I hace the draft. Keeping a mental note on the location of the cross beam. as well as the drive bays in the front. I shaped the main window to show off the motherboard, and to keep the integrity of the side panel locks. I added in a smaller window to the bottom area to break up the look of the "single large window": note the stock that still remains around the flames and the corners. I learned something from blingGreen, and that is to make sure you leave the tips of the flames until the last This will keep you from applying a lot of pressure to the tips, and causing it to bend. So, you will see the flames work through in a few pictures.... Here is some more material removed from the flames... see them starting to form up? Workng through the flame centers.... Now.... here I go.... the side panel sitting at around 85% completion!!