We all know that Stimpy is an eediot, but a power supply should never be opened. There are no user serviceable parts inside!
But I know what I'm doing for the following. Before opening the power supply, I first took the precaution of discharging the capacitors by having Stimpy apply his tongue across the leads before I did anything!
And of course, I unplugged the power supply first before doing any of this! (You might note that Stimpy forgot to do that!)
Here's a picture of my power supply with a round ccfl (cold cathode florescent lamp) mounted to the outside of my power supply. There's a wire going behind the CPU fan, and running down across the board to the components that power the lamp. Sure, I can hide the wire underneath the motherboard, but there's got to be a better way.
What if I put the wire and the components inside of the power supply?!
Here is the round ccfl (cold cathode florescent lamp) connected to the inverter, power cable and on/off switch.
To keep the components cool mounted inside the power supply, I removed the top portion of the inverter.
The plastic cover protects the delicate ccfl tube from damage. By removing one side of the cover, I can mount the lamp flush to the fan opening and grill.
Inverter mounted to the case where it will not interfere with internal components, and wires are carefully routed. Testing, and the final result.