Puh... that took abit longer that i thought it would, but i now have a new PSU shroud made out of a old piece of smoked plexiglass, it looks like a mirror and you wouldn't know the pump/tubes and PSU cables where right under it as it is just a black mirror.
This was a impulse upgrade mod, but it took much longer than i thought, as i had to cut, and test everything for it to fit right, but in the end it was worth it.
Also took out the Noctua fans i had in the front, as they didn't fit in anymore, so i put in the two black and white Fractal 140mm fans, BUT, as the Define S is so super optimized for watercooling / radiator mounts, then i couldn't screw the two 140mm fans in the way i wanted to. So i had to strap them them in place with zipties, so now have custom height installed dual 140mm fans in the front of my case. :p (Edit, need take the PC ofline again, and change the fan cables for the dual 140mm fans as they are plugged into a PWM x2 splitter and the motherboard can't control them, so yay dinner is even more delayed now.
I also changed my cables back to my black 'n white CableMod cables, as i think i would want a more color neutral system, for when i swap out the watercooling tubes for clear or white and black.
But this is how the end result looks
And now i want FOOD hungry i have been building it all night without a break.
I had to go into the BIOS to change the fan settings from PWM to AC, and now have i have both front 140mm fans running of the same x2 fan splitter so it setup right now.
( Mad take note of this, as you might have issues with setting up your pump via. the motherboard control, so if so then adjust the PWM or AC settings for the QFan control settings. )
Only issue now is the that the two Fractal 140mm fans only is 950 RPM fans, so i'm considering selling my 3 old Noctua fans (2x120 and 140) i a few Noctua fans now, if i sell the Noctua's i might be able to have enough to cover 2 new decent 140mm fans, maybe LED fans.