Alright ive started finally on my first hardcore mod. ill be using a Istar Case: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.asp?Item=N82E16811165008 although i forgot to take pictures before starting the mod theres a link of the case. ill be cutting holes in my side panels for windows, which ill be raising about a inch off the side of the panel. also ill cut two other panels just below the Radiator for my Koolance liquid cooler. within the two windows below the radiator ill be putting 4 80mm fans, two on each side, so that when the fans blow through the radiator the other fans shall suck the "hot" air out and there for keep the case cooler. on the main side window ill be putting a 120mm fan and on the opposite side of the fan ill be doing an etching i found on the net of a burst of feathers to help with the name of the case. after cutting out what i dont need from inside the case, ill be sanding it down with 220 grit, 800, 1000, and 1500 and polish the inside and the rear of the case to give it a "chrome" look to it. This will also be done to the Motherboard Tray. Ill be cutting parts out from the face plate to create a vaccuum sort of look to it, while having it connected to another 120mm fan. After all the cutting and sanding is done, ill put the case back together, use spray foam to create a form for my fiberglassing. After the fiberglass dries overnight, ill used Body filler to help give it a smother texture to the case, sand it down first with a 80grit sand sponge for shaping, then a 120grit sandsponge for smoothing. Ill be using the Car Paint color Black Metallic to paint the case, and use a High Gloss clear coat i got at Hobby Lobby, in the airbrush department. Ill be using the Mod guide for the PSone screen to mod a screen i got offline at ebay, to put in my face plate, the screen will be high and center of the plate. I ordered a dual Harddrive cooler from Koolance, ill be also ordering a Swiftech 120mm extra Radiator for extra cooling, the ordering will take place in the next couple days. Now for some Eye Candy if you will: this is the back of the motherboard tray, i wont be sanding this part down because of the fact that you wont see it, but im showing you so that i can show how it used to look before i polished it. these are some pictures after i have polished the side that you can see. this is the side panel that i had cut for the windows as you can probably understand a little better of what i was talking about above about the windows underneath the radiator. these are pictures after i have made the 1" lift off the case, i used 18" steel ties i found at Home Depot for about 97 Cents. this is the opposite side panel that i have sanded off the paint.