Inspired by “The Smiler” ride at Alton Towers theme park, UK and the awesome work of JayzTwoCents (SkunkWorks) this build will use the ever popular h440 with a few customizations (watch this space!) this is my first proper build with build log so please feel free to provide any tips & help Step one: Painting the stock NZXT H440 a lovely yellow colour to match the theme of The Smiler. Before I get on with the build images I must say how impressed I am with the h440 case – it's as though it's designed to be modded, every panel comes apart with ease, and removing all the plastic parts of the case was a breeze! Plastic parts of the case removed using a few screws and metal tabs. NZXT shroud panel removed & broken down – clear acrylic is glued in place, but can easily be pulled away without damage to any parts. LEDs are glued in place, so I'll be keeping these in place whilst I paint, as I won't be painting the back anyway. I'm going to be using Valspar Fast Dry Project Enamel (Buttercup Yellow) spray paint – It was suggested by the rep in the store that you could spray straight onto plastic with no prep involved, but to be on the safe side I sanded all panels with 120 sandpaper before starting. The Outcome! I think this is looking pretty darn good! Took 3 coats in total to cover. Whilst painting the H440 panels I painted the rings on the 4 AF120 fans I'll be using, and to cover the rather ugly Corsair logos on the front I'm adding some Smiler inspired spirals, result: That's all for now folks, but I'm hoping to buy the full list of components this weekend, including a rigid tube water loop, so keep tuned.