Ladies and mentlegen! The upcomming weekend I will be re-modding my Antec 300, and it will be awesome! I've done som terrible things to my poor baby that I really regret, and I'm going to make it up to him (yes, still talking about my case). This is what I'll be working on. Things I will do: Re-paint I will sandblast and repaint the whole interior of the case matte black... properly. When I first painted it I kinda plowed over it (?), and it ended up looking just awful. New window I will get rid of the window I already made and replace it with a plain plexiglass, with nothing fancy to it. To do this I will extend the hole all the way to the drive bays. Then I will make a frame wich will be mounted with umbraco screws from Mnpctech on the outside of the panel, so it covers the old hole (wich is ugly). This way I will get a new and hopefully clean looking window. Cover up the drive bays I will cover the drive bays (the outside, where the screws are mounted) with a custome made, matte black steel plate. On this steel plate there will be some text saying, yes: Transformers. I think it's going to be mighty hard to cut out a decent looking text logo with a Dremel, but I will give it a shot. On the backside of this plate there will be mounted a sandblasted (frosted) piece of plexi, illuminated by 4 LEDs so that the text will light up. What I really wanted was a semi-transparrent white piece of plexi, but I couldn't find it anywhere. Still working on how I should mount this steel plate to the case, so if anyone got some tips, feel free! Sleeving I have a good amount of sleeves, bought from MDPC-X, wating for me. I will sleeve each cable individually and manage the cables with clips from MDPC-X. Other There may be some cutting of wholes and things like that, but I don't know yet. So that's pretty much it. I'm really looking forward to this and I hope it comes out as good as I picture it in my head (yeah.... rrrright!) Stay tuned! Pictures (updates as I find more) This is the text that will be cut out on the drive bay cover.