Summary: Now mind that all cases do come with slight problems in delivery. For all cases that I have received from UPS/Fedex, at least half of them were either dented, or had some kind of physical blemish (even if slight). For most system builders we accept that as part of buying cases online (especially if buying budget cases: since they are built cheaply).
Pros: Well, its has all the bells and whistles of a current generation of cases. USB 3.0, tool-less Hdd cage and etc.
Cons: Well, I am surprised at the construction stability (or instability) of this case. Yes, people are going to say what do you exepect from a $40ish case (after rebate). But people that have used antec cases for awhile knows that antec is known for sturdy and firm cases. I have used the old faithful Antec 300 case for over 2-3 years now. That case also being $40ish case was amazing work of engineering. Yes, it was a basic case but it was built to last. You could rest assu...
Summary: To start off with, this case is a great price, and other than a bit of thin steel at the bottom, it's all good. It has copious cooling capability, with tonnes of space to accommodate one 240mm AIO rad, or 2x120mm rads, whether 25 or 40mm thick with fans. The front panel is easy to remove and dust filter is easy to swap out and clean. The bottom also has a dust filter for the PSU that has a pull-tab on the back.
Pros: Solid cooling, built-in 4-plug fan controller, sufficient hard drive bays and 2.5" and SSD capabilities. Metal drive covers, dust filters
Cons: Difficult to lift, metal drive covers fall into case too easily, definitely not rugged, just rugged-looking