This will be a black outside, white inside dual Xeon number cruncher and fileserver. The case is a Rocketfish, the Lian-Li made for Best Buy. There was a great deal on these 2 - 3 months ago. I bought several. I won't bore everyone with shots of it since many are available. The first thing a fileserver needs is disk space. This one will need a lot. So I am going to make a RAID 5 array with six 1 TB disks. That should net about 4200 GB. I got two of the six disks for $120 each from Newegg when they were having a special deal. The Rocketfish was easily disassembled. Only screws were removed, I didn't bother with rivets. The interior parts were primed and finished with Duplicolor acrylic enamel which worked well. Holes have been cut in the motherboard tray for cables. The top board in this photo of my ghetto rigs is going into the server. In the partially assembled case. Note the gray quick releases for the 5.25" drive bays. Detaching for painting and reattaching them in the tight confines of the drive bays was by far the worst part of painting the interior. Other than the mobo, the hardware in the photo is just for testing, not permanent. A bit farther along as it is today. All bays in, PSU in, casters on. The white box in the center is for an exhaust fan intended to remove heat from a graphics card. I won't be using one in this box, so at the moment it's blowing in to put some airflow over the chips. I'll probably end up removing it completely since it obscures the view of the motherboard. I think I'm going to have to move the 3.5" bays. There's insufficient clearance for cables if the hard drives are put in backwards, as I intend to do for cable management purposes. More soon.