Hello, all, as I've said in another post, I'm planning on building a build based around the Bitfenix Prodigy in the next couple of weeks or so. It's all a part of a larger plan to have a new system for myself, freeing up my old rig to be gifted to my younger brother, who will now get to enjoy the benefits of Nvidia Surround over 3 1080p monitors. Seeing as he'll be gaining a core, over 200% increase in GPU power, dramatic increase in memory bandwidth, 2 SSDs in RAID 0 (currently has 250GB HDD), 2MB of L3 Cache and a increase in IPC in general, he's certainly coming out pretty well in the end. But, with the recent unforeseen issue regarding a snafu over 'Active' and 'Passive' Display Port adapters, (mainly me buying 2 passive adapters when I really just needed 1 active adapter) I figured I'd run this by you guys just to see if you catch something I missed. Can anyone see any potential problems with this? Case: BitFenix Prodigy Mobo: ASRock Z77E-ITX CPU: Core i5-2500K Memory: 8 GB G.Skill 1600Mhz (2 x 4GB) Storage: 2 x 640GB WD Black Drives in RAID 0 with Mushkin Enhanced Chronos Deluxe 60GB for SRT Caching PSU: Corsair 80Plus Bronze 650W (Can't remember the specific model at the moment) GPU: XFX HD 7970 DD Optical Drive: DVD RW that I've got laying around. As far as I know, with the middle drive bay removed, I'll have plenty of space for the 7970. I've got the active adapter lined up and on it's way which will enable Eyefinity for me. I'll be cooling the 2500K with an Antec Kuhler 620. Probably will mount the radiator itself to one of the top 120 fan mounts. I've got a 200mm fan from my old Antec 900 ready to go behind the front fascia. Probably will just keep the included fan on the rear exhaust. Should be able to get the 2 HDDs installed in the remaining drive cage and the SSD installed on one of the side-panel 2.5" mounts. Using the Antec Kuhler I think I avoid any clearance issues that could arise with the RAM or the PCIe slot. I don't really plan on taking the i5 much beyond 4Ghz. The RAM I might swap out for a set of higher-speed memory because I'm going from Triple-Channel (x58, wooh!) 1333 to Dual Channel 1600 which will definitely equate to a loss in memory bandwidth. One thing I keep hearing from reviews is that the 'FyberFlex' supports are less than ideal. While I'm not putting too heavy a system in it, I'm definitely thinking about replacing the bottom supports with feet if I can. Sadly, I have no idea if there are somewhat standardized mounts in place or if it's more a case of finding feet somewhere and having to use an adhesive to put them on. Obviously, the enclosure can't really go without feet because the PSU intake is pointed down.