Summary: The case came in pretty good condition, however, the front USB ports were a bit crooked, so the connection isn't very reliable. The case has 9 hard drive slots which I think is really useful. The fans are adjustable so when I am not gaming, I can manually turn it down to reduce noise.
Summary: This case is huge, provided an excellent option for new build. Tons of space for the largest of video cards (Radeon 7950 is monstrous). Plenty of options including several USB 3.0 inputs, cable management and overall a very good looking case.
Summary: I like the case, my other parts are still coming in but I'm positive they will fit. There is just so much room. It is fairly heavy so bringing it to LAN parties may be difficult but still definitely possible.
Summary: First build, didn't want to go cheap on any part. Case is pretty good and spacious a lot of drive bays, for my first build though, I find connecting the fan controller a little difficult. It's nothing to knock a star off though, I'm sure I'll figure it out.
Summary: it was on sale for $125... thats the main reason i got it. but damn, this thing is so huge.. there is 5+ inches between my atx mobo and the power supply. the handle was the main appeal.. but the plastic that goes around it is overkill adding 5in.
Summary: Just wanted to post a quick note. Will expand later. The expanded specs say this has two USB 2.0 ports. Well that is true but from all the other sites I have checked this case out on it also has two USB 3.0 ports. That seems to be an important spec to me so wanted to update that now.
Summary: I knew this case would be big but it still surprised me. This thing is a beast. Solid, well-built, beautiful, stylish, functional, roomy. Ok, just call it awesome. Adjustable fan speed contols, led lighting that can be turned off with one click of a button.