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: 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.
Summary: just bought this case really happy about it but the case's side panels are kinda flimsy but alround good quality didn't like the over spray it showed up on the inside of the panels not too much but noticeable,great airflow really liked that about it another con about it is the tool-less feature dosn't have a holster for a 3.5 drive but not a real prob for me but maybe to you guys it is.
Summary: Not the greatest tower. Has good air flow. With two exhaust fans and one intake fan, keeps my components cool. The bays are a little shoddy but not horrible. Overall for an inexpensive build I would recommend this tower.
Summary: Cooler Master made this case extremely breathe-able with all the venting. Everything went in with no problem. You do have to lay it flat to set up but wasn't a problem. Add another fan to the front and it would be a perfect mid budget case.
Summary: The screws for the backside of the case where the motherboard bolts on striped really easily, to the point where I had to redo all of them a few times. But other than that, it seems to be a pretty decent case.