I have been researching for parts on the web and have settled on a 5 RGB fan set for 50 bucks (ask for link if needed). I watched a review on these and it turns out that they have hydraulic bearings that will gum up for dust which will then make the fan slower or even kill it. So, the obvious choice is to get dust filters. Before getting them, I want to know how to install them (YouTube is surprisingly not helpful on this topic) and whether they mess up with the cool RGB aesthetic. I think they will if they are to be installed in front of the fan because the filter part will be visible in an ugly way when the fan lights up. And logic tells me that they do go in front. Otherwise, the dust will hit the fan normally, even with the dust filter and gum up the hydraulic bearings.