Yes, that dastardly cupboard! It looked like it was my CoolerMaster Elite-333's unlucky day, as the small (yet full of heavy crap) cupboard mounted above my work area decided to dismount the wall and fall on my PC, screen, and my headset cable! Luckily, my screen and PC internals were fine, and my PC case saved my arms from being crushed! Unfortunately, my case was broken and the cupboard landed on the headset cable, crushing it. SO, Time for an upgrade! This is my workstation, the empty space above it is where the cupboard was mounted: This is the offending party! Not sure how heavy, probably 30 kg or so: My poor case! The PSU is bent downwards, barely avoiding the motherboard. My CPU fan actually bend slightly from the impact! So, always looking for an upgrade, I got a brand new shiny CoolerMaster Gladiator 600! This case is great, has got four 120mm fans running and a 140mm extraction fan. The PSU is mounted underneath, and the hard drives are sideways. Unfortunately I had to make an extension on my 12 volt 4-pin ATX line, since it wasn't long enough! This case is beautiful, has USB ports on the FRONT (instead of the side facing the wall with my old case), and has a glowing blue fan on the front. It has soooo much airflow. I'd recommend this case to anyone, its pretty much just a poor-man's Antec 900. Only problem is working with the motherboard when its installed, the top corner is really REALLY tricky to work in. F*cking pushpins are a nightmare in this case... And that is the story of why you should NOT have cupboards mounted above computers!