To view this case mod, go here. Specs: UPDATED 6-09 NOW WITH A MATCHING MONITOR AND KEYBOARD. BOTH PAINTED TO LOOK RUSTED AND ADDED "RIVETS" TO THE ITEMS! LOOKS VERY INDUSTRIAL! CHANGED TO: Q9550 CPU; EVGA 790I ULTRA; 2 EVGA 9800GTX+; 1 Razer Barracuda Soundcard; 2 GIGS OCZ Flex II; Vista Home Prem 32bit, Antech 1000w PSU, Lite-On It DVD RW, Seagate 320 + 640 HDs, Mods: Drilled varrious holes throughout case to run Tygon Ultra Soft tubing; mounted Danger Den radiator on right side panel; built a housing for the radiator w/ white styrene sheets .080mm from Hobbylinc; painted sheets w/ Alclad metal finish and then used rusting material from MicroMark; sealed paint effect w/ tripple thick clear coat from Krylon; installed many UV lights to illuminate UV non-contuctive coolant; enhanced custom Biohazard paint job; painted green slim coming out from many cracks w/clothing paint; connected fans to a Sunbeam baybus fan controller; all wires were sleeved and extended with electrical componets from Frozencpu; used custom fan grills from MNpctech; installed Koolance nossels and Quick Disconnects; wraped Tygon tubing w/ Primoflex anti-king wraps; purchased danger den radiator and Swiftech watercooling parts from Frozencpu and Preformancepcs; used custom printed case badges from Directron; UV lighting from Xpcgear; Lian Li P-60 plus case from CrazyPc; used stickers and stenciles from HobbyLobby; did my own custom painting on the warning signs; used hardware from Home Depot; drilled all holes w/ Dremel and inserted rubber gouments of varrious sizes; BIOHAZARD CASE MOD by Kurt Leyba, Denver Custom Cases; this mod took about a month to build; due to the many paint jobs, the case had many layers; I was going for the government waste effect, or irresponsiblity; at first, I wasn't sure that mounting the radiator outsinde on the side panel would look good...I didn't think the box housing that I built would look good...but after painting it, I was surprised by the effect. the best part is the "Acid Green" non-conductive coolant from Feser gives it the bubbling, churning effect I was going for.