Summary: This case does what it says and is good for a midsize quiet computer build. However it is tough to work on and not flawless. There is a vent on top for the power supply that is not silenced in any way, so using any power supply with a fan that spins constantly will not do. Likewise space on the inside is very tight and some of the vital areas are difficult to access.
Summary: Being in the market for a new system, I was looking for a smaller case to move to from my current Antec P180, while retaining a quiet rig. The Antec SOLO II seemed to be what I was looking for - a smaller case that retained the solid Antec build quality without needless windows and fan cutouts that would weaken the case and make it susceptible to vibration.
Summary: I bought this on a whim for $58 (108 less 50 immediate discount for signing up for an Amazon/Chase Visa credit card). My previous case was perfectly serviceable, but I wanted something slightly smaller and as quiet as possible. I was not disappointed, although I would not have bought it at the full price.
Summary: Great case for quite computing, have used quite a few of them in different builds. Easy to hide extra wire in the built in wire tray. Silicon grommets very effective for dampening mechanical HD vibration. Drive tray has mounting for 3.5" HD or 2.5" SSD. Polymer lining dampens any internal fan noise. Would like to see a stronger on off switch assembly, have seen plastic switch actuator legs crack. Otherwise a highly recommended case.