ok from the info gleaned here I picked up a GlobalWin YCC-61F1 from http://www.computernerd.com
for $145 w/o PSU.
Live only about 40 miles from the store so ups ground took a day to deliver.
Case is in pristine condition with only one of the external thumbscrews requiring a screwdriver to make that first twist. Lots of pics at http://www.motherboards.org/articlesd/hardware-reviews/1011_1.html
Comes with a bonus LCD display thing on a 5.25 inch beze whose purpose I'm still not sure... really doubt I'll use it actually, whatever it's for.
Also included was a acrilic left side panel that can replace the standard aluminum siding. Yet another bit I'll doubt I'll use. The requisit casters will keep the window and LCD company I'd imagine.
The following is planned, see any glaring mistakes?
So with the 120mm 350 watt SPI psu (never had a sparkle die on me so no reason to change) in place, a planned slk 900 hs with 92mm fan It's down to 4 fans the smallest being 92mm.
I plan on Picking up the deluxe acustic pack for damping and considering all the sides pop right off, it should be simplistic to install.
I'll install Fan isolators for the planed default panaflow 120mm replacements of the stock Sunon KD1212PTB2-6A's. Actually what fans I'll replace the sunons with I am still rooting around about.
Have not decided on the method for isolating the hardrive yet nor even the mainboard cpu choice. It's either a 2500+ barton on and abit ns7 rev 2.0 or, if I can hold out long enough, a p4 2.4 GHz 800 on a canterwood solution.
Will use rounded cables to keep the tangle at bay (no pun intended)
Not sure what to think of the front bezel in front of the intake fan. I'm really rather weary of slicing things apart to mod but would like the front fan to brethe.
Overall it doesn't need to be absolutely quiet but since it's a ground up sort of situation, I might as well get it done right the first time. I'm not into making the pc look like a showroom there will never be any sort of windows or colored fans.
Any suggestions or do I seem on the right track?