==== Update: ==== - Bought the Cosmos II - Installed the WC loop Pics on Page 3 ==== Original Post: ==== I'm looking to replace my CM Stacker 830 with a sturdier case more suited to watercooling sometime soon but I have some specific requirements (and fussy tastes) so I was hoping for some advice on a case to get. I currently have a 360 rad mounted in the floor of my case and a 240 rad taking up the 5.25" bays, leaving me scant room for hard drives or optical drives. In addition, the side panels and front of the case are almost completely mesh, which looks good but lets a fair amount of noise escape and can be a bit rattley when hard drive or pump vibrations pass through. Requirements: + Space to mount at least two 240(120.2) Rads internally or a 360 + 120. I can't stand externally-mounted rads, I think it looks horrible and I'd be paranoid about knocking them loose or damaging the exposed tubing somehow. + Doesn't look like a fridge or some assymetrical modern art monstrosity (i.e; Isn't an Antec P18x or an NZXT 'Anything' ). My taste in cases leans towards the slightly gamer-ish stuff (Stacker, Raven, Cosmos, etc.) rather than either the cleaner, understated stuff from the likes of Lian Li or the over-the-top 'Gamer' stuff from Thermaltake, NZXT, etc. + Minimal mesh windowing (preferably perspex windows if any) to prevent excessive noise escaping the case. + Standard ATX layout since the layout of my room/desk necessitates that the machine sits on my right. Right now I'm looking at the CM Cosmos II and in every regard it seems to fit the bill perfectly. I love its aesthetics, I like the fact that I can fit multiple radiators internally, I like the fact that it has those heavy, acoustically-dampened side panel doors. I don't like its price though. £300+ for a case is a painful proposition.. Can anyone recommend any other cases to suit my awkward tastes that I have missed by googling and shop-browsing? The notion of just doing a scratch-build to suit my awkwardness naturally entered my head, but I just don't have time for that currently between work and doing a PhD. I'm already doing custom case designs as part of the PhD, in fact; but that's another matter.