Hello all. New here. This has been a great forum for research so I figured I'd join up. I have kind of a unique question. I have a Koolance case now, I think it's the PC1062BK or something. (It's been a while!) It's running an Asus A8NSLI-Premium, Athlon 3500 and an 8800GT. I recently got the following for free from my old job: Asus L1N64-WS motherboard Two AMD FX-70 CPUs with Zalman 9700 NT coolers 4GB OCZ RAM Thermaltake 1200w psu So it's all running right now in a crappy old case I have but I want to upgrade the case. I was looking at both the HAF 932 and the Cosmos S. I'm still trying to decide between the two. I have a few questions, if anyone can help. Will the Zalmans fit in the Cosmos S case? They are 145mm tall, which is 5.5 inches. I have heard people have had trouble putting in large coolers in the Cosmos S unless they remove the side fan. I would do so and get the clear side panel if I had to, but I like the look of it stock. Secondly, and this is the big one: If I decide to in the future, could I rip out the whole Koolance setup from the Koolance case and install it in either the Cosmos S or the HAF 932? I mean I think it's just designed to fit into the case it's on, so I think it should be possible, but I don't know for sure. And lastly, will the Cosmos S have any trouble fitting a 4850 X2? It's the longest card on the market I've heard so I want to make sure it has enough room. If I were going strictly air cooling I would go with the HAF 932 since I know it has the best air cooling performance. But if I can reuse my old Koolance setup inside my new case, I will get the Cosmos S because it's just sexy. Thanks for the help in advance!