Well the parts are ordered and now we play the waiting game. What the project actually consists of is turning a second HAF-X case into a Rad box and having only 1 tidy tube go into the primary HAF-X through the top into the CPU > GPU's then out the back above the PSU bay. The loop itself should look very unique and I'm sure Creekin, Koi and I are looking forward to how it turns out! Parts List DangerDen 1/2" UV Red DreamFlex Tubing 2x Aqua Computer aquagraFX for GTX 580 8x Phobya Nano-G 14 Silent Waterproof 1000rpm Koolance PMP-450 12V Variable Speed Pump 2x Black Ice SR1 420 Radiator 4x Bitspower G1/4 Matte Black 1/2 Compression Fitting CC5 Bitspower G1/4 Matte Black Triple Rotary 90 Degree Adapter Bitspower G1/4 Matte Black Rotary 45 Degree Adapter 4x XSPC 140 R/S 9 x RAD MOUNT (S&N-4PACK) 25mm Danger Den Monsoon Red with Black Trim Premium D5 Dual Bay Reservoir Aquacomputer Cuplex Kryos Delrin 932 Window Side Panel Won't have a need for that stock panel fan that is on the HAF and it blocks out all the goodies inside from being seen so this is a good fix for that and the way the window to steel ration on the 932 panel is, it covers the drivebays / cable stash area. Stay tuned for pics parts should hopefully start streaming in by the end of the week! Built the 2nd HAF a step so all can be seen once the watergoodies are in it. And now the wait for the parts which SHOULD come tommorow. *Fingers crossed* Most of the parts came this morning at around 8am! 3 companies, all using the same courier service sent out all on the same day = profit! Brand spanka SR1's The main focal point of this WC project for me, the DD Monsoon. And all the fittings/brackets/pump - Don't worry Leithals your ole'bird will be artificial soon. All we need now is the Tubing/Aquacomp GPU Blocks from Koitech, 8 Phobya Nano-G fans which I should've ordered with my first placement at TKR and the unfortunent 18th-22nd November estimated delivery date on the Delrin CPU Block from Germany, that 932 side panel should be here any day now. P.S. Happy Halloween to you to TKR cheers for the sweets Time to start ripping her apart. After all the plastic panels are off. There goes the caddy bay. And out with the mobo tray, was a pain to get out. Now onward to positioning the rads n such! Looks tidy enough. Looks fair decent with the DD Monsoon in place.