Summary: This case is good if you are building custom computers for an office environment because of its looks. Its not flashy at all but it looks sophisticated and modern. It would be ok for a low key gaming PC because it has decent room in it. I would recommend this case to anyone on a budget build. I dont think you can get a nicer case for cheap.
Summary: I used this case to transfer all the parts from my clients old box. His old box didn't have adequate cooling and he was having thermal shutdowns often. With all the available fan slots, everthing runs cool and no more shutdowns. I especially like the bottom mounting for the PSU because it can bring in cool outside air from the bottom of the case instead of pulling heated air from inside the case. All his components mounted perfectly with no problem.
Summary: This case came as part of a barebones kit. I definatly would not reccommend this case as a seperate purchase. The openings for addons cards need to be punched out and there is no covers supplied if you open the wrong. Also, the screw holes for holding the cards in place will not hold the screw. I had to go into my home shop and get some screws and nuts to hold down my video card. This case has potential but is so cheaply made you should just pass it by.
Summary: The case has a nice look and is well laid out. My motherboard fit in very nicely. There were sufficient standouts and the wiring connected nicely. The computer ran without a hitch once everything was connected. I recommend this case.
Summary: Layout is great. Supports adding a lot of fans. A few nits: PCI slots are knock-outs (which isn't unusual), but standard PCI back plates don't fit. Had to modify the back plates of some of my add-on cards. Wish it included a USB3 on the front, since my main board supports it. Only included HW for installing two disks --have to supply my own for a third. Despite these annoyances, value is good and it works fine.