Conclusion: The Antec P180 Advanced Super Mid-Tower can be classified as an excellent economical case or entry level server for any individual looking to upgrade. The black base and aluminum highlights position this case as a great purchase thanks to the simple yet aesthetically pleasing design. Antec continues to develop a classic chassis design that has made its older models popular but at the same time offers some subtle improvements for this new revision.
Pros: Aesthetically pleasing design, Price, Front mounted dual USB, Firewire, Headphone and Microphone ports, Built-in fan filters and air ducts, Removable drive cages, Sound proof side panels, Plenty of storage capacity, Sturdy chassis construction
Cons: Extremely heavy, No removable motherboard tray, Cable management can be challenging, Swing away door feels flimsy and cheap, No PSU included in package
Conclusion: This case has made it's mark, in some forums being called the 2405fpw (which is considered the best LCD at the moment) of cases. I came into this review with very high expectations, and it did not dissapoint. The case's flaws are few and far between and the large feature set more than makes up for it.
Conclusion: What would I change? The case needs to come with its own buzzer for the motherboard. Unless your motherboard has its own, you can't hear the beep codes. Also, I would have made the IEEE 1394 header connector all single point connections instead of one big block. It won't mate to the Gigabyte board. so that feature is wasted.