To view this case mod, go here. Specs: 2 Aerocool ZeroDegree cases Intel i7 920 @ 4.2Ghz Gigabyte GA-EX58-UD3R HIS 4870x2 X-fi XtremeGamer G.Skill F3-10666CL9T-6GBNQ @ 1600Mhz Antec TruePower Quattro 1000w Sunbeam 4 channel fan controller Thermalright HR-09-S Thermaltake Extreme Spirit II Antec Spot Cool 8 120mm fans Samsung DVD burner Watercooling Dtek Fuzion V2 w/ custom acrylic top by fitseries3 Danger Den 4870x2 water block Swiftech MCW30 Swiftech MCR320 Swiftech MCR220 Laing DD12V-D5 Fixed Speed Pump Danger Den dual 5.25 bay reservoir Thermaltake P500 pump and reservoir AC Ryan Rad Grill 3/8" black vinyl tubing from Home Depot Distilled water with PT Nuke Mods: This entire case started with the idea that I wanted to have every piece of liquid cooling hardware mounted internally, hence the name. I just needed more space than a traditional case. It has taken me about 2 years to get the case to where it is now (working on it off and on, plus slowly buying hardware for it). The first mod I did was bolting two solid case doors together so I could actually put the cases together. Then, I cut out spaces for the PSU cables and water cooling tubing. Nest, I cut out the top left area of the case for the triple radiator and installed the AC Ryan Rad Grill. Then I trashed the acrylic windows that came with the cases and made my own from acrylic panels from Home Depot. Flash forward about 1 1/2 years and then I cut out the top right area of the case for the acrylic window. I did a bit more cutting on the two solid case doors to allow for better cable management. Also, I cut out the back left area of the case and fashioned a small acrylic panel so I could mount my PSU vertically. And, I painted it all black in the inside . . . spooky. Haha. Also, I cut a hole in my PSU so I could attach a 120mm fan to blow air into it as the tiny 80mm fan that came with the PSU was getting on my nerves as far as noise goes. Eventually, I would like to make a custom front and top panel to the case so it doesn't look like it is two cases. Thanks for checking out my case, I appreciate any comments you may have. Thanks!!!