I will be adding more pics of my progress. I am nearly done now, but have lots of pics to upload.
I ordered the case through Performance PCs.com I would highly recommend them. I ordered one of their sleeving kits and a new front panel wiring set for the Lian Li V-Series.
In addition to the 120mm fans in the 7077, I liked that it had Firewire and Front Panel Audio in the Front Panel. I figured for $10 I could get the new wiring to work in my case.
I also had them cut the 120mm blow hole and cut a hole in the Side Panel window for another 120mm.
I wanted Case Handles really bad, but didn't want to spend the 35 Bucks for them to install them. I was a little leery of putting them in myself, but thought I'd try it. I found some good handles at my local Menard's for $2 dollars each.
I knew I wanted 120mm fans to help keep the sound down, but the PC-75 only has 80mm fans. I thought there was enough room in the front for a 120, and I have seen the PSU Plate on the 7077 that has a 120mm on it, so I knew I could get it to fit in the back.
I took the PSU Plate off and began cutting. Same for the front. I pulled out both of the stock 80mm fans and the filter and cut a hole in the front. I had some Aluminum sheet stock from work that I cut down to the correct size to make adapter plates.
More later . . .