whoa, chill rdxgt2. I'm workin on it! But I do have a job to go to in between modding (gotta pay for all this somehow). Besides, I won't be near a finished project for at least a year. This worklog is Phase One out of three. Phase One is the case, hopefully to be completed by October 31 in time for the Cooler Master Mod Competition. Phase Two will be components, lighting and watercooling. Phase Three will be external parts: case stand, 37" monitor and keyboard/19"touchscreen "command center". But for your enjoyment: The local CompUSA is going out of buisiness and selling everything off at big discount (which ends up making it only slightly more expensive than getting it from newegg. no wonder they're going out of buisiness, so overpriced). So I picked up this sexy bit of kit along with a few other things and I'll go back in two weeks to see if they reduce hdd prices more. Yes, I just called a UPS backup sexy. You are thinking UPS's are not sexy, they go behind the desk so you don't have to look at the ugly thing with cords snaking everywhere. Well, maybe a UPS can be sexy, if you put in the right place: "WTFISTHAT! UR teh Insane! UPS inside yur Case?!?!?!" Yes, I am crazy. Though the psu's will be mounted in the stock lower position, their power cable will be moved to come out through the interior of the case and to the ups and shortened to the necessary length. In addition, I will leave the 15"monitor intact and route its power cable through the case to the ups. The same will go for watercooling pumps and whatever else. This will greatly eliminate cable clutter coming out of the rear of the case. On the bottom left you see Ive made a couple more peices to cover the rear. And on the bottom right, I am going to cover the "UPS cage" with acrylic which I will paint and it should look pretty slick. I will also put a 140mm fan at the rear to blow out the heat from the UPS. BTW, the UPS fits exactly, not even a micron of space; I got the measurements a couple months ago from newegg and chose it because of the shape and it was the highest va backup for its size by APC (the only ups maker imo). This case is getting rediculously heavy and I hardly have anything in it! I'm readjusting my esimate of 100 pounds complete to 150 pounds. (don't know metric) "UPS cage" and all similar items are patent pending.