I hear you Socketus, great build logs are the bane of an enthusiasts existence (especially those without unlimited funds
). I also know what you mean about the amount of pictures. I have, unfortunately, found myself forgetting to take pictures of some things that I do. Like fiddling with the layout, or when I swapped LED's from red to green in the hydro copper blocks. That, along with the fact that I have been so indecisive with picking parts, is the main reason my log had no pictures of real "substance" from a builder looking to get ideas point of view. I have tried to be as detailed as possible, but with a wife, kid, school, work, etc, I have just found myself forgetting a lot.
I am hoping to go back and do some walk through/description pictures if I have the time though. It has just been overwhelming since I (against my better judgement) decided to start it during finals/holidays, and then didn't even really start getting everything in until the next semester started. Bad planning I suppose.
I do like your idea of a 240 up front just to add a little extra for lower delta/fan speeds for the time being, but then I have to order a 240 flex bay mount from CL. I only got a 360 before, since my original plan was 2 360's in the main compartment. Might do well to hold me over until finances get better though. 120.6 should be more than adequate for a 5-10C delta with my loop. Kudos for the idea.
I could get the rest of the parts to do that for under $150.
I promise to try and make a better effort at posting more pictures, even if they aren't directly relevant to what I am doing in particular at the time. I know first hand how much it sucks to see a picture every 10 pages in what you think would be an awesome build log. So, in a nutshell, I'll try to do better by you all. My apologies for not giving it the time it deserves for the community, but look forward to more attention in the near future! As for the views, I honestly don't know how I've gotten to almost 12k views in a little over a month with as few pictures total of the rig, but I will not complain!
Thank again for the input though, Socketus.