First off I am posting this here because it contains a little of every forum. System (setup to be a 24/7 PC if needed) Case: Antec 300 CPU: i5 2500K OC to 4.5GHz @ 1.312volts Heatsink: Antec H2O 620 w/ 2 x 120mm fans (push/pull configuration set as exhaust) TIM: Antec Formula 7 - nano diamond MOBO: ASUS P8Z68-M Pro Memory: Corsair Vengeance 2 x 4GB DDR3 1600 (1.5volts) PSU: Rosewill Capston 650W (80 Plus Gold, single 12V rail with 54A) GPU: Nvidia GT430 HDD: Samsung 500GB 7200rpm Optical Drives: LG Blu-Ray Writer/Reader and Samsung DVD Writer/Reader Extra: Antec 5.25" to 3.5" converter with AFT XM5U All-in-one USB 2.0 Card Reader Fans: 1 x 140mm Cougar Vortex Hydro-Dynamic-Bearing (top exhaust) 2 x 120mm Cougar Vortex Hydro-Dynamic-Bearing (on heatsink) 2 x 120mm Cougar Vortex Hydro-Dynamic-Bearing (front intake) 1 x 120mm Antec Tri-Cool on side panel (intake) Mods to Case 1. Blue LED's added to front panel. Picked them up from Walmart Automotive Section. Great that they are already set up to run on 12V system, so I spliced them into a Molex connector with no issues. They are self adhesive using 3M double sided tape and are flexible. Cost was only $18. 2. Added two "Team Realtree" logos on front panel to incorporate my true passion (Hunting). 3. Cut 3 x 1.25" holes in back panel and 1 under my HDD for cable management, which I think I did OK on. 4. Painted the frame flat black. Left exterior panels as they come from factory. 5. Add LED's to inside of case once window is cut Changes to come 1. Upgrade GPU 2. Cut side window in side panel 3. Change out side panel fan to another 140mm Cougar Vortex, which will be cut into the side window. Speed/Temps CPU: Max Setting Intel Burn Test: 65c (Brought down from 75c using Cooler Master N520) Prime 95: 55c (Brought down from 67c using Cooler Master N520) *Note: you can most likely get little lower temps with higher cfm fans, but my PC is whisper quiet where I like it and the Cougar fans accomplish this great mocing a decent amount of air with very little noise MOBO: 22c HDD: 21c GPU: 54c under max load doing Furmark bench test Speed: Max Setting Intel Burn Test: Avg 123 Gflops Standard Setting Intel Burn Test: Avg 112 Gflops x264 HD Benchmark v4.0: 1st Pass @ 188 FPS, 2nd Pass @ 39 FPS Cinebench 11.5 CPU Run: 7.13 Pics Conclusion: I know this isn't as elaborate as some I have seen, but I am very happy with it. I think I accomplished the clean look I was going for. For those wondering why the micro-ATX board, well this build started with a factory HP case which I installed this board into until I moved the entire build into my new case. By the way if you can find this case at Best Buy, they are closing them out for only $45.