I had a 240mm rad in the bottom of the case and while that worked well, I wanted better performance but wanted to keep the rad in the case. The Armor+ has pre fabbed holes for watercooling on the bottom and on the rear of the case and I was considering the one on the bottom as I don't want the rad to be seen. Then I thought there has to be a better way and I started looking inside the case to where it would fit and still look good and I think I found it. It's a tight squeeze but it fits, works well and I managed to hide most of the gear. List of parts I had to work with: 1 x Alphacool NexXxos Xtreme Pro III Rev.2- overall size 415x45x120 1 x Thermochill PA120.3- overall size 427x59x126 1 x Swiftech MC655 1 x Swiftech Micro res 5m 1/2 tubing 7 x CM 120mm red LED fans 4L Nulon Red plus fittings, barbs etc.. To start I removed all the WC gear, HDD cage and looked for a spot. Notice the tube at the bottom. Looked at sitting the rad upright between the mobo and HDD cage/3.5" drive. Took measurments inc fans and rad to make sure there was room. A closer look. Put a peice of foam down for the rad to rest on so it doesn't get scratched or make any vibration. At the front of the case there is a cable management hole, so the idea was to run the tube out through there and up along the front of the case. Rad in to test for clearance and cut the tube to length for that bottom section. I used the Alphacool rad coz it's thiner and it's only runs a couple deg warmer than the TC. There are 3 fans pushing and 2 pulling, there's no fan in the middle as the video card is in the way and the fan wont fit. Went to bunnings and got 2 x 90deg 1/2" elbows. Masked up and painted the fan area black as it can be seen through the front facia. Tube fitted and tied down. Here you can see where the pump resides Just enough room here for the res, velcro on the bottom to keep it in place. Cpu block and tube fitted Facia back on All tube connected and ready for coolant. Close up of the rad barbs with coolant. Done with coolant flowing. Using another PSU to run the pump to bleed the system and make sure there are no leaks before powering the pc on. Might take that radeon sticker off the fans, now that I look at it, it looks dodgy. I put the 2 x 120mm AC fans at the bottom, not just to keep the vid card cooler but to fill the space up a little as it looked bare. PC is up and running now with great temps and I like the way it turned out. Hiding all or most of the tube is what I wanted to keep the look as clean and clutter free as possible. Took about 8-10 hours to do this from start to finish. What do you's think?