Summary: I wanted a basic/clean case with front mounted USB 3.0 ports and settled on this case. Unfortunately it came out of the box with a big dent near where the power supply mounts. Thanks to the somewhat flimsy material I was able to re-shape the area to mount the PSU successfully.
Pros: Simple, clean design Easy to mount mainboard/PSU Good cable management slots Plenty of room for fans Comes with 2 fans already Easy tool less mounting of HDD/CD-ROM
Cons: Somewhat flimsy metal Came mounted w/ standoffs in the incorrect position Came out of the box with a huge dent
Good space, awesome aesthetics, slightly limited cooling options.
14 April 2015
Summary: Okay, so I really do like this case. It has a lot of great features for the price and I do not regret my buying decision whatsoever. There isn't a whole lot to be said so I'll keep it short. Pros: Plenty of space for a full ATX board and full size graphics cards. Lots of air cooling potential.
Summary: As a whole, this is a good small case for a basic PC project. It has enough room for all the essential components and several case fans. Well constructed and sturdy. The only problem I had with it was it is a little too small to mount a double wide water cooler radiator in the top of the case.
Summary: I like this case a lot. I used it for a friends build. I like it better than my Antec Three Hundred Two and Cooler Master CM690(1st gen). It's the smallest case I've used so far but I'm really starting to appreciate smaller cases. They get the job done.
Summary: This case looks amazing for a simple, clean case without all the LED color this-and-that which the youngsters go in for these days. This case also has a wonderful amount of ventilation for adding additional fans if you need.
Summary: This is a good basic case. However there are a couple problems. The drive bays are plastic, which provides less heat dissipation. On the top, there is a very nice grill and mount points for a 280mm radiator for cooling.