Thanks, I appreciate the help. I probably would have thought of this on my own, but it would have taken somewhere between 3 days, and 3 months, so I appreciate the thoughts.
I'd rather not cannibalize one of my other cases, because I'll just need to repair it anyway sometime down the road. I'll check Newegg, Radio Shack, etc.. I'm sure I can buy the parts very inexpensively. If not, then removing what I need from an old case is always an option.
EDIT: For anyone who may be interested, the standard 3 pin female fan connector fits the two Power LED header pins on the motherboard perfectly. All you need to do is use the 2 outer pins. So all I needed was a 2' fan extension cable of which I had several. Cut the male connector off of one end, and solder a 5v blue LED in it's place. Run the blue LED to a convenient place near a grill opening, and bingo, I have a blinking sleep LED again. Total cost $00.00.
Edited by Hameister - 4/27/12 at 11:17am