Here's what I got so far: Case: Lian Li PCV2000B Water Cooling: -MCP600 -MCW6002-64 -MCW50 -Dual Heatercore -CoolerMaster 120mm fans - Video: BFG 6800GT CPU: AMD64 3400+ (Clawhammer CG) Mobo: DFI Lanparty PSU: Fortron 530 I haven't thought of a name yet, but I'm thinking about "Black Avenger".... sound good? Anyways, I originally had the V1000B, but because of Blu3 I sold it and bought the V2000B. img]http://broadways5th.com/scgi-bin/The%20Black%20Avenger/V2000Binsude.JPG[/img] I orignally wanted a window just like his, but had the idea 2 make 2 seperate windows and then I actually saw how I wanted to do it on the same post, so I went with that. I was scared to cut it out at first, but figured, wth! If everyone else can do it so can I. I had a cheap dremel and a jigsaw with a 24tpi blade. My first objective was to cut the window out, so to start a whole I used the dremel reject and the reinforced cutting discs. Well, I got just that accomplished and nothing else. The dremel made a weird noise and the disc went flying and here is the end result of that (no more using cheap dremel wannabes). Needless to say after that I put the panel away for the night and put together my new exercise bike So, the next day comes along and I'm like I've already got a hole in the panel, so I can't quit now, so while a friend was over I clamped it all down and put the jig blade in the hole and expected the worse, but to my surprise that was the easiest thing in the world. I absolutely love using a jig and don't want to have to use a dremel to do this kind of work. I was done in about 30 minutes, because I took little breaks to entertain a few friends. Here are a few pics..... At one of these pics, I regretted making them square and wish I would have rounded the corners, but too late now. Next is the watercooling. I was in the process of leak testing, but I have some nasty stuff in my loop that looks like ..... welll uhhh... look for yourself. Not sure where it came from, but I'm guessing the heatercore. I did buy it used . So, now I need to untape the panel, file down the edges, and continue with my leak test with my WC setup. I am going to pick up my fans, CCFL lights, right now. I was thinking about doing a blue/white theme in the case. Maybe have 1 color on the top and 1 on the bottom. Not sure yet. Suggestions are welcome. This is the beginning so far.