Log Update - 8/17 Update again! Let's get to it, shall we? Continuing chassis modification, I needed to remove the cross-bracing on the stock intake fan spot on the frame. It's great for structural rigidity, but it's just not necessary in the long run. Let's remove it. Plus, it'll make it look more aesthetically pleasing. It's a simple method of rotary-tooling the four areas where you want to remove it. As if I needed to explain that, right? One of the few things I actual use from the Dremel® brand; Ez-lock. Love them. Love them! I'm not too worried about the quality of the cuts, as it'll be covered over anyways, but that's no excuse for doing a poopy job. After hitting the four areas, some quick flat-file sanding and I'll call it done. Now, let's work on the fillport area. Almost forgot about that one! More high-tech method; a pencil! Measure out so it's centered and exactly where I want it relative to where the top is and the res itself. Bulls-eye! Quick holesaw drilling and clean up with a file, and it's perfectly fine. Let's drop in the fillport itself and see how it looks... I also need to drill out the mount-points for the top fan grill/dressing too. Almost forgot those as well! There we go! Nice n' easy. And a quick lil' mock layout of the customized top... Should look great once it's all wrapped up. Ultimately it's up to the lil' lady on whether it's cool or not. I'll be back soon and with more to show. Can't drag me feet on this one! Toodles!