Hi guys, this is my 1st worklog in bit-tech.net. I'm from Malaysia n I've mostly been active in Malaysian forums only so far. bit-tech is my favorite forum for worklogs though, so here I am at last. I actually started this mod on the 30th of January n it's 3/4 complete. I had to get it ready for a Silverstone LANparty event on the 25th March. So I'll post all that I've done right up to the 25th of March n from then on it will b a real time worklog of work in progress. Firstly, I'd like to thank my gracious n wonderful sponsors Silverstone, Inter-Asia Sdn. Bhd, Team Group, Arctic Cooling n E-Devices Sdn Bhd. King Kong's sponsors :- Here's sum pix of how the stock standard Silverstone TJ07 looks like. Look at how big the box is. It's humongous! It's nearly as tall as my kitchen counter if u look carefully at the pix. How tall is that? Just go to ure kitchen n imagine the box is as tall as ure kitchen cabinets. Wheeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee, King Kong's new cage is coming out. Even just peeking out like that, u can see just how lovely that aluminum chassis is. Front 3 quarters view. That's the most beautiful part of this case. That front panel is actually 1 whole piece of extruded aluminum starting from the top to the front to the bottom. The case consists of that single piece n the 2 side panels. Looooooovely. Left side view. Right side view. Top of the case. It's got a really nice exhaust with 2x120mm fans up there. I can install a really nice 2x120mm radiator there if I ever get back into watercooling. Rear view. Look at the bottom section. It can take 2 PSUs. This is most useful for the people who cant afford a single monster PSU. Internal pix. Stripped the case down to study the structure n construction of the case. This will allow me to get more ideas on what to mod n how to mod it later. There's a lot of things to study b4 really getting down to modding it coz this case is really modular. It's like a box of Lego blocks. Practically the whole case can be stripped down n removed to individual parts. So far I've only seen 3 rivets. The rest r all screws. Anyway, here's a pic of the mobo tray removed. See how bare the case is after removing the mobo tray? That's because it's so modular. The mobo tray's rails can b removed too. That leaves just the 2 support bars standing at the back. I'm thinking BTX style conversion to show off sum monsters that I will b plugging into the PCIe slots later on.