Summary: I got this case today, opened it up and inside the little cardboard box are the screws but ONLY 1 MOTHERBOARD MOUNT. WTF Corsair? give me the mounts needed, I cant assemble this PC for a customer (there IS a deadline) and I'm stuck searching for motherboard mounting screws. I dont know what to make of this...
Summary: I liked this case a lot due to its great features, even bought two of them and would have given it a 5 star rating except now 6 months later, I finally get a USB 3.0 16GB flash drive and guess what-- the front USB 3.0 port cables on the both cases are defective. It can read/write USB 2.0 devices fine.
Summary: PROS: Lots of fan mounts Light weight Sturdy construction Quiet case fans CONS: Short HD Audio cable. Cannot route from behind mobo and get to the port on an Asrock Extreme4. You have to route it from above and tuck it underneath mobo to hide it. Lack of instructions. I did not know if the cd drive bay is locked when the tab is popped up. Wish I did not have to flip the HDD tray in order to mount an SSD.
Summary: Pros: Looks nice in a Teutonic sort of way. Rounded internal edges for fewer hand scrapes during assembly. Very easy to route cables and wires. Good overall internal layout. Inside black paint is well done. I paid less than $70 delivered so it is easy on the budget. Cons: Wow, is this thing flimsy! I have a Carbide 500r which is far superior in terms of build quality so my expectations were higher for this case.