[Scroll down for pics!] I'm working on my first major case mod, which involves modding an N64 into my PC, with controller ports, power button and LED accessible from the front of the case, and interfacing the N64 directly with the computers PSU (rather than using the N64's power supply which means running a power cord out of the back of the case and plugging it in to mains). I bought a case with the N64 already in it (as part of another N64 mod) which meant I didn't have to open the case myself. So far I have desoldered the controller ports (after half an hour of fsking around) and the power LED and attached the LED to a longer wire (so it can be seen at the front of the case). Fortune smiled and the N64 still boots with sound and video (but alas, it complains about no controllers) and the LED comes on (I might replace it with a blue LED to match my case). I bought some wire at Jaycar today, its gauge is about 0.12mm (I think) and it worked fine for the LED, but I'm worried it will be too small of a gauge for extending the controller ports to the front of the case, and then wiring the N64 to the computer's PSU. Can anyone enlighten me concerning this? If you want to see pics of what's done so far I might whip out my camera and upload some. BTW I'm not a noob, I've been lurking for quite a while and have made lots of posts in The Pub and the discussion forums that don't count towards post number.