Well, having been a lurker for a while I have decided to post my latest mod, this is my first work log so please be kind to me I have been a modder for a while now and have completed several in the past. I have done the usual - repainted beige box with window and LED fans, black and green Matrix themed case when that was the fashion and also the clear acrylic case with painted and stealthed interior inspired by Orac3. This time however, my mod is based on my own ideas and is themed on my latest love - Friendship Is Magic, the latest iteration of My Little Pony. In particular my favourite and best pony, Fluttershy There is bound to be at least one pony hater here on the forum but please remember, love and tolerance! As far as I can determine, this is actually the first casemod based around Friendship Is Magic in any form, or at least I can't find anything on the internet... After several weeks of contemplation and cogitation, I have decided to use a Cooler Master Storm Enforcer case as the base. Here is a reference image in case anyone isn't familiar with this case, I forgot to take my own photo as I ripped it apart (I mean carefully dismantled it) as soon as it arrived. This won't be the most detailed mod ever, I am limited on funds so I am limited to a paint job with custom wiring and lighting. The main colour will be yellow with pink details to match Fluttershy's colour scheme along with both pink and yellow lighting. Please don't laugh at the hardware I am using, I can't afford a new rig and as much as I would love a P67 Sabretooth with Sandy Bridge CPU, 560 Ti graphics card and nice fast SSD, I am only able to use the hardware in my current system. If anyone wants to sponsor me though, all donations are gratefully received Motherboard Asus M4N68T-M LE V2 CPU AMD Phenom II X4 840 Memory 4GB Corsair DDR3 CPU Cooling Arctic Freezer 7 Pro V2 Graphics Card Gigabyte 7600GT with passive cooler Storage 250GB and 1TB Samsung Spinpoint HDDs That's enough background for the time being, on to the mod itself. First thing I have done today is to start painting. Along with a couple of small mods. First thing to do was to sort out the old power and HDD LED lens. I don't intend to have a power LED, so I am using the old large lens for HDD activity. This meant painting the reverse side of the clear lens with silver paint and filling in the smaller HDD part of the lens and symbol on the outside of the top panel. Then it was on to painting. The main, stripped case frame is the first patient. And the first batch of parts all primered and ready for colour paint. May post later if I primer some more parts or start with colour spraying, just waiting for the primer to dry properly.