Well, here goes, my first real mod ever. I've been cycling these threads for months now, and felt like I had to put in my 2 cents. First of all, English isn't my native language, so any minor spelling errors might be expected. The idea is a "normal" case, just looking as I wish it to, nothing over-the-top mod. Started out a couple of weeks ago, found a "Devil Inside" logo online, and altered it slightly in AcdSee to make it the "Angel Inside". Then I imported it into Solidworks, did a dot-to-dot on it, did a mirror on it, therefore it is on the inside of the case, and the front is smooth. The result: Installed in the old 2.4 Ghz, with 8 blue led's 4 from the top, 4 from the bottom: Then I just painted the front of a standard boring case, and replaced the side with a piece of aluminum, with the logo and a few led's in it. This is my setup as it was. Not a great picture of the case, but I guess you get the idea, and the logo will show up again later... I haven't bought a pc since 1999, as I just got them from work. The setup on the pc I started with on the pic, was a P4 3,0 Ghz, 1 gig of memory, 7900Gs gfx, and so on. But I'm a person who can't live without having 3-4 projects at a time, and got tired of the comp... Went online and bought a 2,13 Ghz core 2 duo, 2 gigs of memory, and a 7950GX2 gfx, and the project kinda got a life of itself! BTW, have you ever had a night that looked like this? *LOL* "When you do things, do them in style" I removed everything from the boring case, installed the new components, and this is how it looked. Then I woke up this saturday morning WAAAAY too early, and couldn't sleep... Had to do something, so I went to work, painted the dvd drives, and made a new front for the case. Later that day, got bored again, and started thinking... Which apparently resultet in me waking up waaaay to early AGAIN, and I went to the workshop again... And this is where I'm at now with this project. One problem is that the sleeving for the (Oh yeah, had to buy a new PSU, the old 420W wasn't supplying the power that the 7950GX2 needs... And then I bought one that could run a Quad-setup of 2 7950Gx2's... Might get bored again! ) Well... The sleeving I bought was supposed to glow under uv-light, but NO... It don't... So I'm having a discussion on email with the supplier... Dunno how it's gonna end up, but I guess I'll find out. The idea is that this thing is going to be watercooled, and I really wanna make the parts myself. Waterblocks and reservoir that is. I've seen quite a bit of pics, from ppl who made those themselves, and... Most of them didn't impress me. (don't get me wrong, I was impressed of the result they got from the tools they had to create them!) But since I work with cnc-machines, I have the means to do it a little better ofcourse! Made these scetches i Solidworks, for the Chipset and the Cpu. I am aware that the "X2O" logo exists, but this is my version of it! And the blue colour in the letters will light up under UV light. Made a chipsetblock, just for the heck of it yesterday. The only reason it's made from aluminum is that it's much faster to work with, than copper. BTW, I made it on a manual mill, not a cnc. That's it for now! Any ideas/designs/scetches will be appreciated.