That sounds good realb, just keep in mind that with it clear, you open the doors to many mods, and doing that on an emac, shouldn't be too hard. You would of course have to disassemble most of it, making sure you note all the parts and positions, then take the panels, soak them in alcohol, then wipe clear and put back together, you can always add leds later if you like. This also opens the door to a semi transparent color of an emac as well. Check out the painted ibooks mod for info on that. Anyway, seems like there are alot of options and I haven't seen anything like this, so its would be cool indeed. If you pull it off, I can promise you a mod of the week post for sure!
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