Here's another in my series of adding fans to everything. I took a fan that I "refurbished" from an old notebook cooling pad (I replaced the fans on it with high performance 12v fans and wired custom usb cords to transfer 12v instead of 5v from a wall outlet. The supercharged notebook cooler kept my MBP icy, but it was ugly to look at. In comes the Griffin Elevator, which looks just swell in my opinion. So, I take the fan, cut open a male->female USB cord and solder the fan on (cap the data cords). Then, I drilled the mounting screw holes large enough to fit a thick zip tie. I couldn't figure out a good way to set it onto the Elevator without butchering my nice stand, so this is the temporary solution. The fan was scooched back when I actually stuck the MBP on it because its not in the right place in the pictures. I've set it into the optimal location, where the MBP produces the most heat (from touching everywhere on the bottom). So, there you have it. Crude, cheap and fast. But guess what? iStat reports a 15 degree (F) decrease in temperatures since I added the fan, without ever shutting off the computer (I just opened it before I plugged the fan in, wrote down 135F, then used the computer normally to resize these pictures, listen to iTunes, Adium was on the whole time, 4 Firefox tabs, Mail app, a few music videos. 30 minutes later, the temperature was at 120F) and dropping. The computer has been on and running full blast for 12 hours now.