Could you explain a bit more in detail of how you attached certain components, like the res,pump, and rad. I was thinking about using a 120 radbox but your way seems better.
What components will you be cooling?
Next is reading, reading, and more reading about blocks, rads, pumps, and fans.
The res is attached to a fill port mounted into the top of the case. One of the 2 bottom fittings of the res goes to the input of the pump (the other is the return).
The pump output line goes to the rad. The rad is externally mounted with z brackets to the back of the case.
The rad output (cooled air) goes to the cpu block, cpu to GPU block, GPU block back to res.
I also put in a drain line that goes out the back of the case.
Lay your plan out on paper and take precise measurements of case space and component LxWxH. You will be amazed that all of those ideas won't fit even if you mutilate your case.
Buy your parts based on size (that fits) and budget. Layout the loop in the case before any permanent mounting, to be very sure of the layout.
As my Dad told me (rhs) many times..."Measure twice, cut once."