Extracting the Front IO The front IO and the HDD easy dock will be salvaged and implemented into the new chassis. 1. Removing the front bezel: Behold, a front bezel from the back side Look at that mess of wires, and how they are cramped into that little place. 3. Getting rid of the removeable wiring. At first glance it would seem that the whole square outlined bit is a separate unit and should lift off after bending away the mesh tabs. however rosewill decided it to be best to glue the whole thing in place. This means i have to do a ton more work and rape the are around the bits i want to salvage. 4. De-mesh & de-filter 5. Cutting out the square bit. Now, i wasnt completely sure that the hdd dock wont be useable so i first cut out the whole thing, the cut had to be 3d and include the top of the front bezel completely since the top had some mounting places for the PCB and would require precision cutting, that will not be possible on the cumbersome bezel itself. 6. Lift off! 7. Rough cleaning the edges: Here i remove the mounting places and some reinforcements. Couldnt get a cutting disc in there, so i just sheared them off with pliers. 8. Extracting I/O I realised salvaging the hdd dock wont be possible and could save either the dock or the I/O, since the latter was more important, the dock got destroyed for its sake.. Extracted 9. Finishing off with filing and cleaning. a lot of filing and a quick clean with a wet brush did the trick Thats a lot of work done; but i managed to do it all in 2hours putting the total time at 6hours.