Hey all, I finaly got my most recent order from 2CoolTek which included another round floppie (to replace the last one I screwed up) and a 3 gram tube of Arctic Silver II Thermal Compound. The pictures of the HSF show the Arctic Silver II applied in a neat 1.5 x 1.5 inch square. I measure my CPU and then masked off the area of the HSF so that I could have a nice clean pad of ASII where the CPU sits. I also took the time to polish the base of the HSF Heat Sink to help even out any anomalies in the surface finish. So far (40 minutes later) temps have dropped by 2.5 to 3 degrees F and I suspect they will drop another degree or so after the ASII Stabalizes. Pretty good gain for just a thermal compound I would say. I have been in contact with sales at Directron.com and they have advised me that I can custom order the new all Copper Heat Pipe HSF from CoolerMaster for a wicked cheap price of $37.00! This HSF from the comparo's I have seen thus far will out chill the Thermalright SK6 by a couple degrees and it is right on the money with the Swiftech Helicoid copper HSF but at half the price! The images below are some shots of my MoBo,Wire and cable layout and you can also see the ThermalTake Active and Passive DDR Memory Cooling Kit as well as the Sanyo Denki SAN Ace Fan (HUGE) being used as an auxiliary intake fan when needed. I would say I have my cable and wire situation all sorted out. I spent a great deal of time installing nylon expanding braid to all the fan leads and the speaker leads. The PSU wires were all hand wrapped in electrical tape (neatly) and all of the rounded IDE cables are now installed. Whatcha think? Not bad for a umm "Prebuilt" system? LOL! Now it's your turn.. Lets see the inside of your modded PC and the outside too. I have many more mods in store for this PC. I am painting the whole case, installing a side window and internal lighting. Why? Because it's FUN!