Ok, so I have an idea for a case mod, but I am unsure of how safe it is. Here's what I want to do. I plan on chroming the inside of my Cosmos S so that it has a very hard, and bright mirror polish to it. The problem I am thinking about is that every different metal has a particular galvanic isotope that, when it comes in contact with a dissimilar metal, can cause those metals to corrode. My knowledge of this subject is very rudimentary though. I know that some metals are considered "galvanic neighbors", though I'm no metalurgist, and wanted to know if there were any true chemistry geeks here that could tell me if a chrome case could negatively react with any of the metals found on a motherboard (copper, lead, silver, gold, and whatever else there may be...), mb standoffs (brass, nickel...), etc., or if it would be safe to attempt?