This mod was started during The Party 5, a dutch lanparty. We (Blackcrown, Jensn and me) received the assignment to put together a live casemodding-act, and so we went looking for sponsors. After sending a huge amount of mails, we went to pick up a silver Xion Stacker at our sponsor's place (IPCS.be). Blackcrown made a nice sketchup design. Once arrived we instantly started modding. Blackcrown and Jensn started stripping the case. Blackcrown had already made the aluminium at home, so the mounting- and ledholes were drilled. As you can see the design was followed nicely. Jensn, our electronics expert, occupied himself of the led soldering work. Wiiiii, that looks nice. The leds fit the front nicely. The glow is exactly as we hoped it would be. This is where I eventually come in. I made the window using a jigsaw. A cut-out had to be made in the top aswell. In need of some finishing. The Dremel Scrollstation was a popular tool. Too bad we had to send it back to Dremel. Some casefeet made by me. It looks easy, but it took quite some time. Look at all those people admiring our mod! (NOT) The bayrack cover is made out of gray brushed aluminium. I started making a buttom-cover. When I wanted to saw it with the Scrollstation, Soefkenijn (a Belgian modder) stopped me and said he wanted to cut it in his own way. And this is how it turned out. The black line is where it should be broken. Thanks for destroying a 25$ piece of acrylic! In the end, Blackcrown cut the piece just right. Thank god we still had some acrylic left. Mounting the whole thing... Good enough for me. Urgh, who said you could use my 300$ camera Jensn?! The front in all it's glory. Still missing a dvd-rw.