First, The case was gutted, and I began cutting. Well, before anything was even bought, I began the long process of laying out objectives, and designing around those goals. Then, as time progressed, the custom waterblocks were built, fitted, and the case slowly came together, As problems cropped up, solutiuons were discovered, and the progress continued. The Power supply was mounted up in the front of the case, one of my trademarks. A custom aluminum enclosure was built for the hard drive, and a flow indicator/resivior was built from a square block of aluminum, and an old fan. upon completion of the fabrication stage, all parts were powdercoated, Gloss black+ Red Flake Clear, and crisp white for the chassis. Everything was assembled, and the system was filled, bled and tested. Many more problems arose with introduction of water into the system, so more solutions had to be divised. Better silicone, better retention mechanisms, and in the end it all paid off, because I know this case was built properly, and efficiently.