I bought a MacPro case last year (6 mos ago)... been too busy with work and only now opened the box. I'm planning on putting my existing Intel mobo hack#2 (See my sig) in this Mac Pro case. Well, the Mac Pro case is brand new, includes all parts/cables/accessories and power supply. I would like to keep it looking stock as much as possible, with as little (or NO) cutting as much as possible. These are the parts that came with it. Some of them I don't know what to call. IMG_0386.jpg IMG_0387.jpg IMG_0388.jpg IMG_0389.jpg IMG_0391.jpg IMG_0390.jpg IMG_0392.jpg Lots of cables to sort out. Should I just rip them all out? IMG_0393.jpg SATA jacks. I'd like to re-use this if possible so I can easily plug the SATA drives and use the carrier. IMG_0395.jpg This is a big problem. I thought the case came with the jacks for this output ports but nope. IMG_0397.jpg What do you call this connector? Is there a way I can re-use this connector? Possibly buying a new SATA card? arrrghh.. This is a LOT OF WORK... and with my business/work load/new projects/jobs increasing in the next few months, I don't know if I'd like to tackle this mod. So if I can do this as easy as possible it will be great Otherwise, July will be when I can work on this mod.