Summary: I loved this case when I used it. I have moved my parts into an NZXT Switch 810 recently but the Scout provided great airflow, looked attractive and could be modified easily as well as used for LAN parties.
Summary: This case is super strong and also a bit heavy once its loaded. This case runs cool and still has space for more fans. I love the click in type drives. It makes changing this when you need to so much easier. Cable management was also easy. Overall this case is user friendly and built well.
Summary: Everything about this case is just as advertised. All fans work fine. I like the hidden cable storage area on the right side quite a bit. It makes the guts of my machine look very organized. The handle is very convenient if you need to move your case a lot, and I don't have any worries about air flow, due to all the ventilation in the case. Lastly, the hidden enclosures are incredibly easy to install or change position.
Summary: Pros: 1. Power/reset buttons and four usb ports sit at the top of the case which was primary to my buying a new case to replace my old one that had them at or near the bottom of the case. 2. An attractive case. 3. Keeps everything cool as a cucumber with ample venting and three large fans at the front, back and top. 4. Yet it is much quieter than my old case that had only one small fan running at the back. 5.
Summary: I picked up this case a couple of months ago for about 65 bucks, and it was well worth the upgrade. My previous case was a cheap and flimsy $15 dollar CM case (CM 430 Elite), and this thing is a beast. Some of the great things about it: --a lot of space for a mid-size tower, so airflow really isnt an issue --a decent amount of cable management space on the backside of the motherboard for all of the front-side ports and misc SATA ports, etc.
Summary: After hours of research, I chose this case above all others in a similar price range. The handle is sturdy and definitely won't break anytime soon. There's a lot of space on the inside for graphics cards (but some modding may be required for some of the really long ones), and airflow is great. There's not much room on the other side for hiding all of the cables, so you'd be better off getting a modular PSU.
Summary: I love the case design including the carrying handle thats been really useful. It also comes with 3 fans installed. Cool Master did a nice job of tucking the chords into out of the way places so they don't get in the way!!
Summary: Case is awesome. Used this for my first build. Comes with 3 fans and lots of ventilation. There are bays for at least 5 DVD drives and enough bays for at least 5 hard drives i believe. There is lots of space in here too. Case is big enough for a Cool Master Hyper 212 120mm CPU cooler to fit in. Never measured temperatures yet... sorry.