Summary: Extremely poor mistake from BOTH Newegg and ANTEC. I specifically wanted a case with a larger fan to help with airflow. Either way I'm keeping the case, because I can't possibly think about returning fees, let alone paying ANTEC another dime of my money. First and last time buyer, ANTEC.
Pros: I'd find those happy thoughts, but not in this post ANTEC.
Cons: What I'm REALLY not happy about, is that this case doesn't come with a 200mm fan, nor a slot for one. IT DISPLAYS A 200MM FAN IN SEVERAL OF THE PRODUCT PHOTOS, AS WELL AS IN THE SPECIFICATIONS INFORMATION. Basically, the Spec's page is incorrect, as well as the pictures that accompany this product.
Summary: I'm happy with the case, the pros do outweight the monstrous set up difficulties, and there really is no con in terms of functionality. Those 5 hours cussing and smoke breaks, really left their mark on me.
Pros: Very large, didn't expect it from price Sleek and simple, just how I like it Easy to remove side panel Allocated space for wires For basic rigs, the two fans built in will do nicely excellent ventilation
Cons: Assembling in this behemoth was a nightmare Everything just coming up too short, or the case design wouldn't allow me to extend a wire just enough, or the wire length used to run it through the allocated space made it near impossible to get this thing assembled, I know it has to do with my parts ...
Summary: I bought this case on the 28th of Dec 2013. When it arrived on my door step the box was damaged (not the best sign). When I opened the box it looked okay but when I took it out I heard rattling from within (great).
Pros: Lots of room to work with Nice cable management Clean look Cheap
Cons: Plastic front panel Not much protection/padding in the box The only space for a liquid cooler is on the rear exhaust mount (eg. H80) and the back of the hard drive cage (eg H100) Cheap, I guess u get what you pay for :P
Summary: FInally Air Filters that are easy to access and clean...I miss the Antec Darkfleet series of cases they had the right idea then where you could remove the air filters from the front of the case with out having to open up the case and unscrew the drive cages like you do with the Antec 902 cases
Pros: Tool-less drive bays - I love them no one wants to screw and unscrew stuff I hated having to take off both side panels to screw and unscrew drives. Grommet-lined cable routing holes - Awsome Cable Management options though the rubber grommets are a bit of a pain since they come loose easily but t...
Cons: Front panel connection (USB, Power SW ect) wires could be a little longer, Cable management rubber grommets are thin and flimsy they come loose as soon as you start putting a cable through them. These are both not deal breakers and not enough of an issue to take off any eggs.
Summary: Its hard to realize the difference that a well built case makes on thermals and overall noise reduction, until you upgrade from a standard, run-of-the-mill gaming mid-tower to this beast; everything is just... better, cooler and quieter. not to mention, this case looks sexy as all.
Pros: -Incredibly easy to route cables and install hardware -A lot of room for extras -Looks Good. Nothing weird or tacky -Solid Construction -Leaves room to upgrade to XL-ATX if needed. -top fan LED can be turned off (was clashing with my Red cold cathodes)
Cons: -Heavy (might be a pro if you thought someone was going to steal your computer, and break their back trying to lift it) -a couple design choices (see other thoughts)