What were you planning to do reservoir wise?
I too have been looking at those Aqualis ones, but it seems all the 'fancy pants' versions with the Nanos coating and so on aren't designed to have a pump mounted directly to the bottom. The one that does have the pump on the bottom is just standard so I can't really see any advantages from other manufacturers.
Secondly, how are you planning to mount it. I have a few ideas/options at present:
1. The Aqualis all-in-one
mounted to the back of the case. REQUIRES DRILLING into the case, therefore NO!!!
2. The Aqualis all-in-one mounted to the pull fans on the front 360mm Radiator. I would use the UN Designs Pump Fan Mount.
3. A 'fancy pants' Aqualis res, mounted to the fans using the above mount, and then a D5 pump mounted to the bottom fan cover. (Would require drilling into the fan cover but leaves the precious case alone) This option would have me starting to worry about overall height as the res and pump would be separate with a gap in between.
4. The easiest option by far would be to just get one of the Bitspower or EK res/pump combos that have vertical (ie from underneath rather than on the side) mounting options and mount it to the bottom fan cover plate.
What are your thoughts, this is starting to do my head in.EDIT:
Caselabs have special plates for those bottom fan holes. HereEdited by Scarecrow23 - 2/10/13 at 1:14am