Just incase anyone is interested ithought id post my build log here for shits a ngiggles. DAY 1 Firstly, I just wanted to say that I am very impressed with this case! I am a TT hater from WAYYY back, but I have to say this case is very well build and no real design flaws. I obviously got teh black (steal) one, and it doesnt not suffer at all from the 'top heavy' syndrome that some reviewers claimed the aluminum case had. Anyway... first things first.... I striped the guts out of it... This is as much as I could take off without drilling out rivits, and I dont really have the time or effort for that... Goddamnit Thermaltake!!!! When I order the "black" case, I want the friggin' thing to be BLACK!! The spray job was a bit tricky, making sure I got into all the grooves etc... but it came out very well. It's dry tonight, so tomorrow I'll start bolting it all back together. I am also going to clean the "Mozart TX" and "TT" logos off the front and replace them with something a bit cooler. DAY2 Just a few more bits and pieces done while I await my MB and CPU. I spent most of last night striping gear out of the old stacker and draining coolant etc... Sorry about the size of the pic... Ill resize them down from now on. A size camparison against my old CM Stacker. Seriously big ass case! This is just a shot of the back, all loaded up with fans and the radiator. One thing that is worth mentioning, is that to install the radiator in the 'non-computer' side, the radiator HAD to be installed with the barbs at teh very top. It is how I wanted to install it anywy, but there is a brace that would need to be cut if you wanted to flip it. A side shot of the side that houses the MS and HDDs. You can also see the castor-wheels I installed on the bottom. Best mod ive done so far. Already I've had to push this beast around to different areas and rooms for various bit and pieces. Front shot without the cover. You can see I didnt have the $$$ to get the other 5 120mm blue LED fans I needed, so for now it will use the TT fans that came with it. The thing will probably sound like a cyclone. :S This is a shot of the 'storage-side' of the case. This section houses the optical drives, PSU, the radiator, Coolplex 25 res, the pump and probably the majority of the cable managment with be in here. You can see the TT Toughpower blend in nicesly with the black paint job. The pump with be mounted on the bottom of the optical drive bay. And one final shot of the beasty all dressed up. I really dont want to spray the front a differant colour because the finish is so nice. I'll definatly be cleaning the "Mozart Tx" and "Tt" logos off with some thinners and replace them with some nice subtle decals of my own. Thats it so far. As for specs, it will end up like this; - Asus Crosshair AM2 - Athlon 64 x2 4200 OCed - XFX 7950Gx2 1 Gb XXX Oced - 2Gb DDR2 RAM SMART Modular - 250Gb Seagate 7200.1RPM SATA Hdd - LG DVD RWDL +/- - TT Toughpower 750W - Swiftech Apogee - Swiftech double 120 radiator - Swiftech Pump - Alphacool Coolplex 25 res Thats about it.... I would like to add a second radiator but since im only cooling the CPU, it a bit overkill right now.