Hey guys, just wanted to provide another update. Thanks, Mankz. I have some tools on the way. This little bugger will help me cut/shape the windows on the bay frame and cover. It's the RZ20-4500, 5.5 amp. I found it new and for 33% off retail price on ebay: I also have this on the way to help me do the bending on the bay cover. It's good for 30" wide aluminum (14 gauge) or steel (18 gauge): Oh, and my side panel also arrived. As you might remember, the original side panel was already cut and had a mesh installed, so I needed a solid panel for the custom waterjet graphic. To drill the tube routing holes in the custom bay cover, I'll be using these babies to get a nice clean radial cut: While I'm still waiting on some of the tools to get here, I've finished taking measurements of the radiators to see how much room I have in the roof of the case. I knew from some others that sometimes it can be a tight fit to get a rad in the top of the Cosmos... It's going to be really tight up there. It doesn't look as if the motherboard will clear with both the radiator and fans mounted inside the case. I have about 3 1/4" of space to work with. The RX240 is 2 3/8" thickness and the thinnest fans I have are about an inch thick. I'll need to get creative to find a workaround. Thanks for checking in!