If I could get hold of a G5 case, I'd probably put a Pentium or Opteron motherboard in it. The case looks better than those other 'cookie cutter' styles out there for the PC's. I'm not gonna pay 200 bucks for one, though. That's a serious downpayment on one heck of a PC motherboard.
Lian Li makes a series of cases that look suspiciously like the G5. Visit this site for a review of the V-1000:
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