http://www.newegg.com/app/ViewProductDesc.asp?description=11-144-073&depa=0 The link above is the case that I currently use for my system(with exception of the power supply. I currently run a 500W instead of the 350W that came with it). As the temp has been rising outside, and I have to keep my system on top of my desk in fear that my cat will get hair in it. But that also means that I have to keep it somewhat close to the window, which the sun shines in through the day and it has been heating up in the past few weeks. System specs: CPU: P4/3.2CGHz 800M 478P/512K HT MB: i875P IC7 ABIT ATX Video: RADEON 9800PRO 256M 8X HD: 160GB WD 7200 --- 60GB Maxtor 7200 CD/DVD: DVD+/-RW NEC --- Generic(Model unknown) DVD-ROM Currently, I have the standard two fans built into the case going as well as a third fan installed in the front of the system for intake. So I've got an intake on the front, one of the left side, and the exhaust on the top. I used to have the one in the front out the back as exhaust, but it seemed that I got better circulation coming from the front as intake. I've got the two bays on the back that are open and I was thinking of having the bottom bay as a 3rd intake and the bay above it as exhaust, but I am not sure what would be the best set up in this situation. I also have a 6th spot in the front, next to the 3rd fan, that I can use as well. Any ideas on what would be the best set up for this? I'm currently running case temp around 95F idle and between 105-110F during high usage, and CPU temp runs around 140F idle, 150-155F during usage. All of these temps are about 5-10F warmer than they have been in the past because of the heat outside. The temps seem okay still, but I would love to get this to run cooler. I've been looking into water cooled systems as well, but I'm concerned about that whole "water in my computer" thing. Not only that, if I were go get one, I'd go high end and be spending about $600 on it. Would be adding a fan or two make this better, and if so, any suggestions on what to buy? I appreciate any suggestions, thanks.