And now for something completely different.... The Story... I got an ATX mid-tower case and a bunch of "normal" computer parts so I'm going to do some case modding. Because of my loyalty to my good friends at Silverstone I am calling this case "Not a Silverstone" because...it's not a Silverstone case. Does anyone care to guess what brand and model it is? Boddaker is ineligible. Nameplates and logos are taped up to protect the innocent. The idea for this project began after Ingraham won this NVIDIA GTX 280 in a case mod contest back in February. I needed a proper PSU to power the 280 so Silverstone sent me this ST60F Strider 600W unit. I had been doing some testing using the "Not a Silverstone" case and it was a little dusty. I used this paint brush to clean things up a bit. Make things purdy for the camera. Ripped the faceplate off and tossed it. Stripped off the front panel ports, the tacky blue LED front fan and the even tackier feet. I just got the motherboard from Gigabyte and the processor I bought from Newegg. Not high end parts here. The motherboard is BT's current "Affordable All-Rounder" recommendation in their monthly buyer's guide. The processor is an Intel E7400 2.8 GHz Core 2 Duo. The first thing to go was this 3.5" hard drive cage bracket. The insanely long video card would fit in the space but because of this bracket I was having to wedge it in at an angle and twist it around to fit. Besides, I don't need six 3.5" drive bays. Two will do nicely. I drilled out the rivets using my trusty 75th Anniversary Sears cordless drill. Here's my first noob question....What is the going "thing" for re-assembly of once riveted parts? Surely you don't re-rivet everything back. Thanks for looking.