Cool G5 case mod, Grill on top of tower.

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    The casters are a nice touch, too. If you could add some functionality to the grill that'd be a nice accessory...
     
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    that's pretty cool. i like it. the wheels add an easy to move, while the grill on the top can be used to hide "stuff"
     
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    That grill seriously adds a great look to the G5 :)
     
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    Extremely nice mod. I'm impressed with how good it makes the g5 look.
     
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    <homer simpson voice>
    Hmmmmmmm... Burger...
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    Sorry, just couldn't resist :p

    I personnaly don't care for it much. IMHO it takes away the simpleness of the (exterior) design. And I can't figure out the need for wheels, I just wouldn't move my desktop around that much...
     
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    i think it makes the thing a bit cooler, but i don't have a g5, so i don't really care.
     
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    yamabushi

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    I like both mods. According to the site, the top grill is also meant to provide a flat surface for easy access to an external drive that would sit on top. Together, the two mods cost roughly $100US.
     
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    I think that it gives an impressive look to the G5. It has wheels and no where to go! :p The $100.00 price is not bad considering the finished product.
     
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    Great mod! I love it!
     

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