Well, I haven't made much progress on the build as of late, I've been pulling my hair out at work switching accounting packages for our company after 22 years. So unfortunately, when I get home, being on the computer is the last thing I've wanted to do for the past couple days.
The 3 140mm Cougar fans that I ordered from Newegg came in today.
I pulled out the one and a half fans that was in the front (don't ask, I'm still annoyed at the quality of the stock NZXT fans that were here) and place the Cougars in. Aside from not falling apart like the two other 140mm NZXT fans that came with the Switch 810, these match the overall color scheme MUCH better.
Yet another package from Germany. A couple meters of black sleeve, some orange SATA sleeve, some black and white heat shrink, SATA connectors, 3-pin connectors, a whole bunch of terminals, and of course, the MDPC crimp tool.
While the FTWPC tool was "ok", this one puts it to shame. Not to mention, you get a TON of terminals of all sorts.
As with all tools from MDPC, they are individually tested and calibrated for perfect crimps. They even include samples.