So wondering around one of my local strip malls, I manage to work my way into Radioshack. They have had pc components on clearance for a while, but have seem to have acquired a few new items(or at least found some old ones in the back). So for $4.07, I decided to buy this fellow. Behold! The wonder of the Aquarius II VGA waterblock. Pretty cute isn't it. The base of it is pretty flat, but I think I may lap it. These are the fittings that came with the block. Notice something? They all have the same ID! (About 5/16")(The smallest fitting actually is 1/4") Here are some accessories. Thermal paste, nuts and bolts,washers. And tubing as well. Biggest fittings on. 5/8"OD, 1/2"ID", waterflow still limited to 5/16. Look a little big on that block dont they. So I took its top off, and behold! Fingerprints! Straight from the factory! No phallic jokes anyone... Here is the top, those fingerprints may be mine. Note the small holes. About 3/16" there. I guess the fittings ID is good for the block. See? Here is a LED next to the block and top. I may drill a small hole for an LED... Here is showing you how small the holes in the top are. Smeggin small, thats what. My plans. -Bore out holes in block to at least 5/16" -Potentially mill the block with wider channels. -Drill hole for LED -replace bolts with socket head bolts. -lap bottom. Comments? Recommendations?