Hi everybody! It's been a while since I did any sort of modding, or gaming, or anything exciting computer wise; the Sega SC-3000HC has been sitting quietly waiting for a new heatsink, my socket A rig is tucked away under my desk without even an OS, my Samsung notebook is doing everything including Sketchup case design duties (it struggles the poor wee thing) and my Macintosh LC II which I bought last year with the intention of modding has been hiding in the top of the wardrobe. But no longer! The Mac has emerged and crazy ideas are starting to fly around in my head. Here are some pics of what they call the "Pizza Box" Mac: Here's the inside: All the bits unclip and slide out! It's so easy, no screws, you can assemble this thing in about 20 seconds if you know what you are doing. The insides are lined with thin metal sheeting. Perhaps for EMF shielding? I'm not sure. But I pulled them out anyway. Now I'm starting to realise that there isn't much room in the box. My half-arsed measuring tells me there is about 41mm of height to play with in there. And here's the thing - I really would like to make this thing into a gaming PC, because I don't have one right now. Obviously not a triple-SLI death rig, but something respectable. How the heck can I do that? I'm working on it. Stay tuned folks.