Hey guys! I'll cut right to the chase, I'm looking to do an mATX conversion of an old PowerMac G5 in the not-so-distant future. I have all my parts picked out, but I'm kind of stuck when it comes to the PSU, because (as some of you who own older Mac Pros or G5s may know) the PSU is in a very long and relatively thin case. Some people get around this by just cutting into the PSU case to accommodate the taller ATX style PSUs, but I'd like to avoid that if possible by tearing down an ATX (or other "standard" form factor) PSU and stuffing it into the case. The requirements I would like for such a PSU are: MUST be easy to tear down; inside PSU should come out of casing relatively easily MUST be at least semi-modular MUST be no more than 60mm high (without fan) unpacked (Preferably) Output ports should be mounted in a way that I can move it a bit if possible. Not as big of a deal, but I would like to do a clean mod in a way that I can just plug cables into the floor of the case if possible MUST be a reliable PSU; should be at least gold efficiency and needs to last quite a long time. I had a PSU picked out, and then I started looking at reviews and it seemed to have a trend of dying within 10 months (for those curious, don't get the Corsair CS550M Even if you don't have any recommendations, thank you for reading through this And if you could point me toward a PSU that meets the criteria, I would very much appreciate it!