Tell me if I'm mad. I'm in the planning stages for my ninja PC and I'm having a few second thoughts about the ideal position of the water cooling radiator. My original plan was to have the radiator fixed to a 120-80mm adapter and mounted on the blowhole. This seems to be a fairly common way of doing it but does take air from the case that is already warm. BUT. How about this as an alternative. The case is a clear acrylic item which I think can have the face plate fixed to the main carcase upside down!!! The 3.5" bays would be more or less in the same central position with the full size bays on the bottom half. Since I plan to only use a DVD writer it can be mounted directly below the floppy drive and not look too out of place as there are 4 full size bays. Now, the front fan opening will be at the top of the faceplate to which I can then mount the radiator/adapter. By placing a standard 80mm fan in the blowhole I can effectively draw cool air from the outside and, once it's gone through the radiator, have the warm air immediately drawn out through the blowhole. I realise I can do this without inverting the faceplate by simply mounting the radiator/adapter at the bottom of the faceplate but warm air from the radiator will add to the heat inside the case before being drawn out through the rear fan or blowhole. Plus it will take up room in the bottom of the case which I plan to use to mount the water tank/pump. All the watercooling gear inside the case. Neat. Well, am I mad?