Summary: I cannot say enough good things about this case. I have had it for over a year, when I built my own rig. I love being able to open the bay doors if I need to, and the size of the case is fabulous for air flow. Seriously an awesome case for anyone looking for build a gaming rig.
Summary: I love this tower, I was able to customize it to do what I wanted. I'm pretty sure I voided the warranty, but whatever. It accepts a great variety of components and all the fans keeps the insides cool.
Summary: The Antec Dark Fleet DF-85 is a solid case. It is steel which means it is sturdy, but unfortunately this also means that the case is heavy. The main reason I bought this case was for the layout. There are several internal drive bays (9 bays, many more than I need), which means it is flexible for whatever you want to put in there. This would make a great case for a network data storage device. There is also a 2.5" hot swap drive dock at the top of the case (external).
Summary: This is one of the best cases I've worked with in quite some time. the only thing I don't like about it is a trivial problem: the swing-free arms that are mounted on the expansion bay's can be a nuisance. This beast ships with 7 factory-installed fans, with the option to add an additional on the window cutout, which do a great job of moving air through the system.
Summary: So I was a little sketchy on what cases I wanted to build my computer around, I knew I wanted something spacious and something that could have the H100 Liquid cooling inside easily. I was window shopping for about two monthes and was almost stuck on getting the HAF 932 full tower, then i stumbled upon this beauty. The thing that mostly made me change my mind is the case is bigger, there are dust-filters along the intake fan which come in handy so much.
Summary: One of the best designed cases I've seen. My graphics processor idle temperature dropped 30 degrees by just moving my hardware to this case and hasn't increased more than 5 degrees during heavy use. It's also so quiet that when I had guests over they asked if I was going to turn on the fans.