Summary: Antec makes some great cases and this WAS no exception. But this case has been on the market since like 2006 w/ no modifications. I think it is overpriced considering what you are getting. Docking one egg for the price and another egg for the missing features I'd like to see. I returned this case and bought the Thermaltake G42 w/ window.
Pros: 1. Built like a tank
Cons: 1. Requires tools to install drive bays 2. Need a kit to convert 5.25" bays 3. No air filters 4. Expensive
Pros: I've now bought and built 4 computers from the ground up using this case for myself, my son and other people. Top notch quality and high quality parts. Will continue to recommend this case to my friends who are building as long as Antec continues to make it.
Cons: Heavy, but that's part of "high quality" IMO.
Summary: Instructions could make it more clear how to remove cages, remove optional fan mounts, clarify that the 3-pin fans work fine with 4-pin chassis fan ports on motherboard. There's no suggestion as to what speed to leave fan speed at (Low,Medium,High) when they're being controlled by the motherboard fan controller I have an Asus Z97-Pro (Wifi). I kinda wish I got the Antec 902, because it has lint filters for the fans, and the tray on top of the tower is bigger.
Pros: - Lots of fans. Good airflow - Thumbs screws are nice.
Cons: - Front USB3 ports don't work correctly. Rear ports work fine. - top tray is too small for an external hard drive enclosure. Forced my to put my old drive on a box on the floor while i transferred data. - Only came with 8 matching motherboard screws, when I needed 9. So I use a spare hex screw for the 9th. - No good places to hide cables or tie them. - Instructions are pitiful
Summary: This is a good case, despite its faults. I prefer dust-filters and full-size cases now, however. If you don't mind buying canned air every so often and like smaller cases, this is a good choice.
Pros: Looks awesome as hell. Easy to carry. So many fans. Has a place for a side mounted fan and those are amazing and you should have one.
Cons: Lets in a TON of dust. Quite cramped - if you plan on having a modern graphics card you're going to have a bad time (it will fit, but it will be exhausting).