Introduction Well I'm back with my new mod: Project: Rogue 5. If you've seen my EmpirePC (in my sig) you can pretty much that I am a big star wars fan. I have already covered 1/2 of the gcw so I figured I would start a project for the other side. This whole thing started with the concept picture I made in photoshop a while back.... As I am a poor college student, my budget for this project is limited but after searching around, I found this Sky Hawk Alum case on newegg for 50 shipped. My goal with this case is to mod it in the style of a starfighter- no wings or anything silly like that, but as an inspiration. Here's a generic pic off of newegg of the case. I could've sworn that I took some pics when I first got it, but I guess they got erased. (Oh well- check out the Klondike's chem warfare mod to see some before pics, same case). The first thing that I did was swap the side panels of the case- for the left side of the case I didn't want dumb fan holes- luckily they were switchable. For the right side of the case the plan was to cut out the symbol of the Rebellion (what a suprise!)... I printed sections of the symbol on four sheets of paper then taped it to the panel and traced it. Here is Stimpy surveying my work. Went over the trace with a sharpie Oops! to makethis cut I wanted to use my nibbler tool, and because the nibbler scratches up the side that tool is on, I had to redraw the symbol on the other side of the panel. (Cut me!) I made a small opening with the dremel to fit the cutting part of the nibbler tool in started the cut. This is about 15 minutes of cutting at this point. About 1/2 done with the cut- still not sure why I wanted to use the nibbler... Phew that was fun, seriously Here's the piece that was cut out... ...and the resulting mess on the floor- thank god for shopvacs. After getting the points cut out with the dremel (before sanding), here's the result. Overall I am very happy with how it came out. On the whole it was easier to get that circle cut with the nibbler than with the (no offense to my favorite tool of course) Another shot That is where the project stands now- here's a teaser pic of what's on tap: (figure it out?) P.S- I hope you show more interest than Vlad here! P.P.S- I will probably be getting a better camera this weekend so sit tight with crappy pics.