Just post it, Pepsi. I'd love to see a 360 with some UV lovin' applied to it.
Hey Pig, I spent hours using ClearNeon paint with small paintbrushes, but that stuff looked awful - like I had smeared inconsistent, spotty goo on a part, rather than painted it. I would have painted a cable end and some spots would react, some wouldn't and others really faint, some bright. BLAH! I washed the stuff off and started over.
I used Sharpie Accent Liquid Highlighters, orange, yellow, pink and to a lesser degree blue and green. I found the pens at WalMart and have seen them at Target too. I was careful, took my time and spent no more than an hour rubbing highlighter on the various upraised areas. The only caveat is that the highlighter on the bare metal rubs off if you touch it, so don't touch it.
If you wanted to try it on your system, take a flourescent yellow highlighter and accent one edge of the acrylic or a PCI card of some sort, see if you like the results. If not, then wipe off. Just that easy.
I use 4 AC Ryan UV Cold Cathodes and don't really like them (had to RMA them 3 times to get 2 working sets). I think that the UV CCs that CyberDruid sells are probably better and cheaper.
Hope this info helps. Edited by Run N. Gun - 6/28/08 at 3:25pm