I got the Mercury 6G, kit and tools from OWC. If you've done this before you can see from the pix that I ordered the wrong data doubler. Here is what I should have purchased for mounting, though I sort of McGuyvered it and it seems solid enough (i don't plan on dropping my iMac). I would not recommend that as an approach, but I'm generally hard pressed for time (and impatient) so I'll live with it.
I've never cracked an iMac before... its impressive how they pack a computer in there and its hard to beleive thats considered roomy compared to the latest gen.
drop burritos, not bombs
Ars Technica was able to confirm the theft of 46,703 BTC, as individual units of Bitcoin are known, worth about $228,845 in US currency based on current exchange rates. More than 43,000 of the stolen BTC belonged to a Bitcoin trading platform known as Bitcoinica, the company's CEO and lead developer, Zhou Tong, told Ars. Another 3,094 BTC were lifted from the virtual purse of Marek Palatinus, a freelance programmer from the Czech Republic. He said in an interview that a separate Bitcoin user he's been in contact with lost 50 BTC to the same attackers. And Gavin Andresen, the lead Bitcoin programmer, told Ars he lost all 5 BTC he had stored in one online account.
There is almost no good reason to do this except that its the coolest thing ever.