Summary: I got this case at the right time. Its a great plastic/metal case to use for my computer. But a few minutes ago, I took the front panel off of the case and what did I find? A pink starbust candy wrapper. Not only was someone eating on the job, but they were also "stashing" the empty wrapper in my case. I would give it 5 stars is the candy was actually included or the case had no wrapper in it. Very disapointed...
Summary: No better case for the money. Large case with plenty of room, lightweight but sturdy, No 3.0 front USB, but you can buy a 3.0 USB Front panel for 10 to 15 bucks. The power supply is 300 watts, but if your not installing a gamer Video card, it is fine. The case also look nicer then the picture as other reviewers have noted.
Summary: There are two reasons this doesn't get five stars. One the case I received is black and silver/grey, and two you have to remove the whole front panel to add the front fan. Other than those two things this case is really well built. The PSU only has two SATA connectors so if you want more than a one hard drive and one optical you will need another PSU. The air flow is okay, it could be better but this isn't bad.
Summary: If you're looking for a budget mid-tower that looks decent, you shouldn't be disappointed. Pros: - low price. - attractive - decent airflow. my Phenom II 965 BE idles at 40C with the stock cooler and 120mm fan. - As mentioned above, the side fan that comes with it can be replaced with a 120mm fan for extra airflow. - plenty of room to tuck cables away and make it look neat. - simple setup for a quick build. Cons - There is not enough clearance for a large CPU-cooler.
Summary: Works well, metal is solid, lightweight, only problem is that the hard drive mounts are not included. You need to buy those separately. Flaw-If you add a bigger 120 fan to the back slot , you won't be able to close the side panel. I had to zip tie since the screws block the side panel screws. The power supply is decent for what I need.
Summary: very sturdy case and looks WAY better in person than the pictures. Its actually quite attractive. Very spacious and comes with large amount of screws. The reset button is kind of hard to press but it's possible.
Summary: Wonderful value here. I purchased a few of these cases for some Linux builds based on AM3 boards and processors with a customer requirement that the entire unit cost no more than $300. This was very doable with this case. Power supply seems very stable when tested, have yet to have any complaints from the field.