I've got a little more work done on the top panel, so I thought I'd get a few pictures up. The first thing I had to do, was cut about 12mm off the top rear of the case. I needed this material removed to resolve a fan clearance issue. Who knew that six 120mm fans could take up so much room? ;-) Next, I used one of my grill templates to mark out where all the holes needed to be. A little time with a hole saw made quick work of the aluminum. With the help of a little JB Weld, the two top pieces were joined together. Here you can see the top panel sitting on the case. Here is another pic with the fans in place. Now I've got to get the missing strip in place, and tomorrow I can get it sanded, cleaned up, and get the wiring for the fans figured out. Speaking of the wiring... I mentioned something about not needing to unhook wires when I removed the top of the case. Well, these little things are going to help me achieve that. I've got male and female spring contacts. I'm off to bed for the night, but work will continue tomorrow!