Summary: A standard cheapie case. not much in the way of cable management, or ease of use. everything needs screws. but there is enough room to comfortable fit a few drives and a decent sized gpu in there. The supply is enough to handle a fx-8320 and HD6870 under full load with no hiccups.
Pros: Cheap, 500w supply is actually a decent quality supply.
Cons: standard cheap case. Difficult to mess around in. Looks cheap.
Summary: Put this on a low end system with AMD's new A6 5400k APU and it does the job quite nicely . It has a couple of small holes so you can put some small wires behind where the motherboard is mounted but not much else (not sure , first build lol) , it DOES however have a nice place where you can wrap the PSU wires around so that it doesn't get in the way of cooling the CPU .
Pros: Light , not many sharp edges , and Efficient PSU !
Summary: this case is great for the cost but I think the whole case is plastic, cable routing for my setup was decent and room for a few fans. I would buy again at that price but its for sure not the best case out there.
Summary: For under $60 you get a Cooler Master RS-500-PSAR-I3 500W PSU which is an Elite Power model, which has 4 SATA, 3 Peripheral, 1 6 Pin for a graphics card and dual 4+4 CPU Power. Everything you'll need for a basic starter gaming or media rig, unless you want to Crossfire or SLI dual.
Pros: 500W PSU, Tons of screws, decent space, decent construction, has not problems fitting highend graphics card.
Cons: A bit tight, if you are putting a raid array in and a large graphics card, but it works.
Summary: This is part of a budget light gaming build. I don't like cases with included power supplies but the budget for this build demanded it. At $45 its about a cheap as I feel comfortable going without risking the rest of the system.