You don't have to physically take the button out to replace the LED. The power LED pulls easily out of the holder it's in - there's just a tiny bit of hot glue holding it in.
I've replaced the blue LED on my Define Mini and Define XL with green ones, and glued a red LED to the side of the clear plastic surround to act as a HDD LED. Works perfectly - the plastic glows green and when the HDD is accessed it flashes red. I just hot-glued the red LED to the side of the clear plastic, beside the green one.
Both LEDs are normal 3mm items.
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