This is clearly in progress and some of my modifications were inspired by the Define S build by Bill Owen (Monstermawd) over at MNPCtech which can be seen on the Fractal Design website as well as his own site. Clearly, I've taken it my own direction, although I did use his tutorial on the front panel cutout as somewhat of a guide to my front cutout. The intention with this was to get an H440 red/black type color scheme using the Define S which I felt had more room and features than the NZXT case did.
Still plenty of stuff to do on this including the custom "Man of Steel" case emblem which is to represent the S in Define S and the Skylake CPU it uses, plus, Superman is just a badass anyhow, so why not. Going to be custom sleeving the PSU cabling using para 550 paracord at some point, installing Aerocool DS 140 red/black fans as I wasn't extremely happy with the overall look of the Noctua NF-A15's after coloring them with vinyl dye and adding a few more interior touches like a custom PSU cover and custom made panel for the back wall on the right hand side where the liquid cooling reservoir is intended to be mounted.
Also planning to add an NZXT Grid v2 and Hue+. I may or may not actually go with a custom loop at some future date, but for now I intend to continue using the Noctua cooler that's in there. A little bit of photoshoping the background out doesn't hurt either. Build is as follows:
Gigabyte Z170x-Gaming 5
G.Skill DDR4 3000mhz TridentX 16GB
4x Noctua NF-A15 case fans (These will be replaced in the next few days with the DS 140's)
Noctua NH-U14S with an NF-A14 PWM fan (This has more static pressure and more pleasant sound pitch than the A15 that comes on it.)
Sapphire R9-280 Dual X graphics card (Placeholder until I can get a decent card in there. Recently sold my 290x to my beggar brother whose older card died on him and was pestering me since he knew I planned to replace it anyhow)
Define S case
EVGA G2 750w PSU
Samsung 850 EVO 240GB SSD
3 x1TB HDDs