Alright, here we go First of all, my this is my first post on this forum A very good friend of mine, Darkened, told me to register and write project logs here instead of AllTheMods, where I have a log of my Antec Threehundred mod, two years back. So, the Big Idea: Lets go and "watercoolerize" the (new) Define R4, and make it nicer to the eye == Redefine R4 I'm gonna partially replicate some of the Orange Monster's (Darkened's mod) ideas, including the acrylic 'separators' found in his case. FINISHED FINALLY, MARCH 2015 Ok, here goes: I've started making the mod a while back (a little after R4 came to stores in Finland), so heres what I've done so far. (Sorry about the pics, SGS2 says hello ) Before: Obviously your gonna have to wait for the after pic So, I started by taking the case as apart as possible without any un-needed violence: PS. Of course, the front panel already has a few scratches, damn those shiny plastic surfaces.. Then began the needed violence part, I removed the 5.25" slot and modified the front metal plate abit: No more pics of the act since they would have been censored because of the violence in them.. The original plan was to put one 240 rad on top of the case, move the 5.25" slots (2) to the bottom of the case and install a 240 rad on top of it. After reconsidering the situation, I decided to dump the 5.25" slots and use only one 360 HDD rack: It is the Define's 3-slot rack, I just took it apart (all the plastics and screws away..) and mounted it upside down right in front of the rad: Aaand mounted: The rack is mounted through the bottom with four screws (the ones that keep that plastic thingy in place). The fan holes (120mm) matched the raster of the holes in the rack, so I only had to drill two holes on my own Then I made a cover to the fan slot from an old side panel that has been laying around, to close the fan's grill and holes. I used pop rivets for attachement. About the next picture: A: My MoBo (Maximus IV Extreme) has these molex connectors, called EZ Plugs, to provide more power to the VCards. Well, the other one of them is placed right to the bottom of the PCB, so that I have 5mm space between the connector and and PSU So now I need to find a solution (ofcourse, the connectors can be left unused.. ) And B: The fan slot cover is in place, I mounted it underneath the case's bottom sheet, so it really isn't shown that much. And the final 3 things: thanks to my school, I have some bigger (not that much better) tools available, for example this bending machine (Year of manufacturing: B.C. 2500): But however, I managed to make the following two parts with it: A cover for the 360 rad's holders and a holder for my two SSDs: And finally, an image of how I finished bending them: (The machine really sucks..) I'm gonna paint the cover black and the SSD holder white, we'll see that in the next update (soon ) Thanks for reading, thats it for today, Razbit goes to sleep. PS. If you don't see any updates, that means exams in the schools -> gotta study.. See ya! Razbit salutes.