Pros: I love this case, it's made very nicely, has a lot of room inside and is pretty solid all around. I run the new h105 water cooler in it ( barely fits at the top but it fits! ) and the h105 is rather big so I was quite happy. The front panel buttons are even nice. This is a beast case.
Cons: If anything, maybe the price...but to me I feel like it's worth every penny.
Pros: It's got everything and then some. I bought this since it had the space for 8 DDMs and I am setting this up as a NAS server so it's perfect for what I need. I am using FreeNAS and it works, it's quiet and keeps the driver cool. It doesn't run hot and has plenty of upgrade potential.
Cons: It's almost too much, but I will grow into it.
Pros: Much of the pros are tied in with the basic benefits of having a tower case; lots of room for parts, great ventilation, and the feeling that you are in the presence of something that, if not properly grounded, could crush you in your sleep. These are all very nice things. Where this case exceeds those expectations is in the well thought out way they have laid everything out. The modular fan setup in the front allows for multiple fan setups, which I like. I have mine s...
Cons: I'm sure I could search for nitpicky little things I didn't like about this case but honestly, there's nothing on this case so glaring as to be considered a con, just an oversight in design. That being said, I felt like they could have made this case in more colors that just white and black. Paint it red and it looks just like a Ferrari. Other than that, it's a pretty ideal case.
Summary: -The paint. All of the holes have paint in them, meaning that getting screws in the first time is a pain. Also, most of the screws coming out are the same way, any screws that come pre in place are very difficult to remove, and are not "tool less" by any means, you will need a screw driver.
Pros: I truly believe that the CM Storm Stryker is the greatest case that has ever graced the planet Earth. The array of features is endless, and the amount packed into this case is impressive, so I feel that a list will necessary:
Cons: Now while the case is nearly perfect, there are a few subtle flaws:
Pros: Size does matter when it comes to this case. It is without a doubt the largest case I've ever put a system together with. I've built many systems and a bit old school on case design, but this has near about anything I could think of when building a really clean system. Near about anything you could throw at this case it can seem to handle. Most important, You I can best assume would not get one of those 'Will it fit' moments when trying to put your parts in.
Cons: My case came in great condition and have had no issues at all in building the parts into it. No space issues at all other then trying to hook up my tiny SSD. The case is not friendly at all to putting in screws on the right side of the SSD bracket.