Help! (if pictures are not showing up, let me know.) I just bought a Cougar Pioneer ATX case. I liked the list of features but could find next-to-nothing about it online. Few reviews and almost no first hand accounts, but the price was great so I decided to take a chance. So far, the case seems pretty good, but with one MAJOR glaring exception: They mounted the (non-removable) internal drive cage right behind the screw holes for the front intake fan mount (see photos). The fact they didn't include a front intake fan was bad enough, but after running out to buy one, now I can't figure out for the life of me how to install it. Here is the front of the case with the faceplate removed: Four mount holes for a 120mm fan. Normal enough. But on the inside, the drive cage is about 1/4" away, blocking access to the screw holes: And as you can see, there are no spaces wide enough to squeeze your fingers through to insert the screw let alone screw the fan-screws to the fan once you miraculously insert them. The cage is welded into the case so it can't be removed to gain access to the case face: (I thought they might be Alan-nuts, but they don't go thru the bottom of the case.) Welded on top as well: As you can see in the first photo there is a 3.5" hole for a floppy (also blocked by the cage, and no hole in the case-face to access it. Bizarre)... covered by a knock-out plate that I removed so I could reach the screw holes from another angle. And there are "cable-management" holes on the sides that also allow me to reach behind the face-plate (barely). The screw holes are bigger than the fat fan screws, so I can't thread them into the metal from the outside. The last thing I want to do is resort to "twist-ties" or "cable-straps" that would allow the fan to rattle and not mount flush to the case. I've never seen such an !d!ot!c design flaw, and I'm almost tempted to return the damn thing over it. Any ideas on how to mount a fan here (short of Super Glue)? Thx.