I posted pics of my Nano S in the Fractal thread, but for you Nano S guys I'll post a couple here.
Trimming the corners off the top fans so I could fit a rad in the top:
Res mounted up, there is a plugged ball valve sticking through the back of the case - you can see where I removed some of the panel behind the res - to allow filling/draining:
Put a riser tube in the res so I could vent/fill through the lower port - no way to vent or fill through the top of the res with it right under the top rad:
I cut away just enough of the top panel to allow intake for the top rad, then glued a piece of screen painted black on the bottom. The front two mount tabs are in place, the rest had to be removed, a small neo magnet on the left rear corner to hold it down.
Where I moved the divider plate over so the GTS 280 rad would fit in the front - you can see the new rivet locations:
Asus Strix Z270i
G. Skill 3600 C15 RAM
2X 960 Pro 512 M.2 drives
EK blocks, pump, res
HW Labs Black Ice Nemesis GTS 280 front, GTS 240 top
Primochill PETG, Revolver fittings
Seasonic X750 PSU
Fractal Nano S
It's Death Bomb in my sig rigs.
I never even thought about posting it here, it seems like the Nano S is deemed "too big" to be a proper mITX build, but it sure didn't seem too big to me while I was stuffing it with a full loop. I'm very pleased with the build - I think I could do better bending the loop if I did it over - but the performance is outstanding. This is my third Fractal built, a Node 605, Core 1500, and now Nano S. I really like these cases.