I've been lurking as a guest on this site for some time and thanks to your page I bought the CM Storm Scout two years ago. I am pretty new to building computers but I checked out all the info many of you posted on cable management and tried my first build with that case. It came out pretty well and I have used it for some time.
Recently I returned because I switched my case out to the CM Scout 2 Advanced. I put a lot more work into making this rig look nice and decided to go with a theme this time. I got the white case, moved the stock white LEDs to the side panel and installed CM on/off red led fans on the top and the front. I took out the upper cage bar and strapped it to the back for better airflow and I'm working on putting in a led light strip later. Here is what I have got going so far.
I removed the CM Storm logo, stuck it on the top of the case and glued on a Galactic Empire symbol.
I have a CM Jetflo white led mounted on the Sedion 120 Radiator inside
Just added some stickers to add to the theme.
Anyway I'm having some trouble with my on/off led fans. I mistakenly purchased these fans to add to my original Scout in hopes of attaching them to the already existing on off switch.
I never ended up using them and upon purchasing the the Scout 2 decided I would try to add them in connected to of off switches. I scoured the internet trying to find a way to get them to work. I was able to purchase these on/off controllers thinking that they might work with my fans. http://www.coolermaster.com/product/Detail/cooling/case-fan/led-on-off-fan-120mm-with-control-panel.html
I found on delivery that both the fan LED control connector and the on/off control connector were female 2 pin connectors. I asked a few friends that build what to do besides get custom male to make 2 pin connectors made. They said splice the wires. So I tried that tonight with a single fan and a single control wire. Alas no luck. I will post pictures of the fans and connectors next week. If you have any thoughts please let me know. I'd really like to make this work. Thanks!