I have been, in a sense, "commissioned" to fabricate this case for a forum member who wants both an extremely unique, but also quiet and outlandish water cooled machine. He came to me with some undeveloped ideas and I used my knack for conceptualizing an idea into a finished plan. Here's what we hashed out over discussion, and several hours of reworking detail features. Essentially this is a case made to encourage modding to the extreme. The primary case material will be 0.25" sheets of polycarbonate. The most specfic design feature is the round resevoir dominating the center of the case. Red UV dye will be used to intensify the water-cooling appearance, and 2 6" UV cold cathodes will be placed onto the resevoir's forward support arms. As well as two 12" UV cold cathodes in the bottom sides of the case. Add some red UV reactive molex plugs and fans and this machine has gone completely nuclear. Both optical drives are in the top of the case and the owner plans to window both drives. All IDE and power cables will be routed up the left side of the case in one large bundle using Spark Plug Wire Seperators . Since 1/2" Hose clamps are ridiculously expensive, I will be making my own out of 1/2" polycarbonate scraps. They should help keep the tubing orderly and obsessive clean. Once my part of the project is completed, all remaining work will be on the shoulders of it's new owner. And trust me, he plans on going beyond the extra mile on this one once he gets his mits on it. This should be the first in-progress project log I've ever done and should prove to be alot of fun.