Here is my build, my 3rd. Let's call it "Blues Master" since I like listening to that genre. I basically was moving my 1 year old build over to this case.
I went with "Safety Blue" paint. All the black cases look great, but I wanted some contrast. The "Safety Blue" was the closest shade I could find to match the color of my usual office, the Airbus A320 cockpit. I did paint the back side panel black, again for contrast with the blue.
I swapped out the front and top 230's for blue ones from CM. The side fans are 3 Silverstones since I needed one spot open to accomodate the Coolit Domino cooler (a great first intro to water cooling). I did drill out all the rivets for painting. It makes it easy to get good paint coverage and the riveting process is just another opportunity to learn something. I used 2 coats of primer and 3 coats color on everything. I had never done much sleeving/heat shrinking either so I bought a $25 heat gun and gave it a go, not bad for a first attempt at a cleaner look.
I'm running a clocked AMD 9950 Black edition at 3.0ghz. The 932 has a poorly designed opening for the backing plate for the AMD CPU. Its too small on one side...but it's workable. I'm only running a clocked Sapphire Radeon HD3650 and plan to upgrade to the 4890 and maybe Crossfire with another as prices drop.
I've learned alot by looking at other guys builds, so here are some shots of mine. I welcome constructive criticism as long as it isn't one of you blood red boys whining about the color blue ;-)
Hopefully I will get all these pics in sequence in my posts...The HAF Rocks!