This is the end of my most time consuming case mod so far. PC-Beto took over a year and a half to finish, but I don't regret spending that much time on the project. It was fun to build, and I learned a lot from the process. At the moment, it's sitting comfortably under the stairs, acting as my primary rig, and doing so brilliantly. The controller makes sure that it's never too hot, and it will let me know if it overheats too. Overall, I consider this build a success, and I can't wait to finish my next build, the M8 project! What's more, despite what some might think, the last photo is not a render, but an actual night shot of the mod.
To provide a better view of the whole case, I've made this video, which I hope you will enjoy. This shows the progression of the project from start to finish.
Last but not least, I would also like to thank all the awesome people who helped me along while I was building this project - Vincent from Bitspower for sponsoring all of the fittings and the GPU block, Sven from AquaComputer for sending me the Aquaero and the CPU block, Daniel from CoolBits.dk for getting me all the other water-cooling parts, Wade from Mushkin for sending out the memory, Christian from Matronics.dk for supplying me with all of the lights, and Noiseblocker for sending me fans for the project.
Furthermore, a great thank you goes out to all the wonderful people in the forums who are always willing to help with both motivation and great ideas.