Summary: It's just about the perfect case. I didn't know unicorns existed until I found this one.
Pros: I've owned probably a dozen or so cases and worked on hundreds in my life and this is the best. It's modular, everything fits like it should, no sharp edges (you know what I'm talking about), it's not crazy large, has great air cooling, everything about it is easy and just works. I'd recommend to...
Cons: It's not crazy large. Lots of the new motherboards, video cards, power supplies, seems like everything is getting bigger and bigger. Except the solid state drives, they're shrinking. This case is not big enough to handle all the monster equipment but it does just find for my personal rig.
Pros: Solid case. Has a removable filter to clean out the dirt and lint that would have gotten into the case. Cable management is good.
Cons: It would be nice to have the option of shutting off the blue lights on the front of the case. It would also help if the case came with some power splitters considering how many fans that need to run to the motherboard.
Pros: Bought this tower for a cheap first build. I've had it for over 3 years and it's still great. Not a lot of room, but if you're only running 1 gpu and 1 hd it's fine. All original fans still going strong, and I love the removable filter in front of the intake fans.
Cons: The 900 is deff a better option since it gives more room to grow, and that big boy fan on top help a lot with the cooling. Would like the filter on it as well, but the removable hd cases/fans are nice.
Summary: I build PCs for lots of friends and relatives. This has become my standard case. I've built up about a half a dozen of these without any issues. I prefer this case over the newer Three Hundred Two (which I've used a couple of times).
Pros: Fantastic air flow means quiet computing if you select quiet components. Easy to build, nice and roomy with good old-fashioned screw mounted drives.
Cons: Mounting 3.5" flash card readers requires and add-on kit. Mounting 2.5" drives required additional hardware (except for a single bottom mounted drive in newer cases). Sheet metal isn't as thick as the premium cases.
Summary: This case has been a pleasure to own and use. It houses my always-on components, and is part of a build that is 4.5-5 years old now. The case is finished inside and has not cut me while I've had my hands inside.
Pros: Finished edges, user-friendly design & control locations.
Summary: This case was used for my personal computer for a little over a year, then became my son's gaming computer for just under 4 years, There are minor scratches that don't go through the paint and no dents.
Pros: I've used this case for 3 builds over 5 years. It now has a Gigabyte GA-990FXA-UD3 mobo and sits on an end table to avoid as much dust as possible. I clean the front filter and the added side intake filter every couple of weeks just to be sure the inside is clean. I am keeping the insides as cool...