Summary: After looking around at the huge variety of cases available I went with the 600T case. It comes with a lot of space for future expandability. Plenty of room for full size logic board (probably never need it) and space for 10 internal drives: 4 5.25 slots and 6 3.5/2.5 drive slots. More than enough access holes in the frame to make internal wiring a breeze!
Summary: It's a great and spacious case that will suit any build needs. Good airflow as well. However, it's missing the front usb3.0 header which now I have to purchase an adapter separately. Also the case is a bit on the loose side. It sometimes rattles when the fans spin up. Other than that there are no real problems.
Summary: First, a preamble. I normally stick with pre-built systems from Dell and Apple so this is my first ever build. I completed it in about 8 hours on 15/9/2013 so I am a newbie where computer builds are concerned. Now here's my review. The pros. This is a large case and everything is easy to get to. As such, it will accommodate many additional drives and other future upgrades.
Summary: This is an excellent case except for this one small flaw that could turn into an annoying nightmare over the course of a few months. The default fan configuration in this case will cause a negative air flow to happen. Meaning that the combined effect of the exhaust fans will drive more air from the case than the front intake fan can bring in. The result?
Summary: I like the build quality on this... Although a bit big for a mid-tower (seriously this almost seems bigger than a full tower) But has a ton of options for cooling and cable management. Plenty of room for any hardware you might want to put inside. Helps any setup look really clean! Although it is only semi-tooless (Requires screws for smaller 2.5' drives) All black brushed aluminium is gorgeous! Feels solid!
Summary: I replaced my old Dell XPS 730 monster case (can hardly lift it, lol) with this one. I want to say it meets my expectations for ease of access, cable management and room for growth. Only issues I had was attempting to fit the huge PSU from my Dell into the space provided. Solution; ran out and bought a Corsair TX 850, which fits perfectly (/wink). The case has lots of room for my Push/pull Kuler H20 radiator and if you want you can mount a radiator to top.
Summary: This case is spacious, light, configurable, and designed to provide easy cable streaming. This system really is incredible. This case was one of the easiest to use for putting together and setting up a new system. I love the two latches on each panel for easy opening and closing. All your hdd and accessory bays can be rearranged or removed. This system really provides you full control of design for the inside. Now for the cons... The fans...
Summary: This is perhaps the largest "midsize" I have ever seen! I have to admit I was a bit surprised when the case arrived. Pros: Well styled and is neither boring nor too flashy. The size warrants plenty of room to work on the inside. Good cable management. Fits the massive Noctua NH-D14 cooler with room to spare. Dust filters. Cons: the fans are louder than I would like and have LEDs (I know, some of you like them, but they are not my style).