Summary: If you don't like noise, this is the case for you. The side panels have a second plastic noise-absorbing layer on inside-facing surfaces. The one 120mm fan uses a rubber anti-vibration mount, and moves more than enough air despite being extremely quiet (19dB according to the spec).
Summary: Quiet, classy, and attracts fingerprints like a magnet. I've loved having filtration though, which is useful living in a desert. Very easy to set up a front to back airflow too, without lots of extra vents to complicate things.
Summary: This is a wonderful and functional case. I became obsessed with quiet computing, and this one seemed to fit the bill. This is a bit expensive, but not too bad. The screws for taking the side off are built into the panel! How genius is this! This is for the 'main' panel that you take off (left side).
Summary: Then use this case (with its now-less-common power supply location) and the KingWin Stryker 500-Watt ATX 500 Fanless Power Supply STR-500 (or another one in the series). Want it to be super-silent? Use only SSDs. I've been using this since February with no issues and no noise.
Summary: --- Pros --- * Quiet Baby * Sturdy / Solid * Good room for cables, drives, everything. * Air filters --- Cons --- * The front case doesn't just pop off easily without rigging. Takes a little while to pop side off then front.