Hey everyone, So I have just had ideas swarming around in my head of putting the components from a Windows PC into a G4 case, for the Hackintosh my brother and I had been working on. Once Mac OSX is up and running, a better casing would be nice. I have a few questions though, and hopefully they can be answered: Firstly, do I need new motherboard mounts (would want to do this either in a G4 graphite or G4 QS) for the motherboard I am taking out of a Dell Vostro 230? Are the stock ones generally out of place and need to be customized? I am hoping it will be a direct fit. The other thing I am concerned about is the main fan assembly (large fan for the CPU). Can I use the stock one from the G4 or do I need a newer one? Whichever one I use, where does this fan connect to? It seems like the motherboard is too far away when the case door is opened. Does it attach to the PSU? I know the G4 has its own special PSU, but how would I attach this fan to the PSU from the Dell? I looked into it and it seems like it attached to a cable on the PSU, but I am afraid that the PSU from the Dell does not have that fan connection, as, I believe, the main fans in the Dell are connected to the motherboard. Anyone have other advice about this? I kinda want to do this, and certain things don't seem too bad, but the motherboard and fan deal has me tripped-up.