Summary: The true deal-breaker for us isn’t the case’s front-panel LCD display—though its blue hue destroys the red aesthetic of the case—but rather, the front-panel connectors themselves. Unlike virtually all the other cases we’ve seen, which bundle front-panel connectors into an easy-to-connect-to-the-mobo block, the Hachiman case forces you to bust out your motherboard’s manual and connect pins one at a time. Weak sauce, Dynapower.
Pros: Sweet exterior, marred by the designer's sloppiness in not painting the entire case.
Cons: Manually connecting single pins to single connectors just plain sucks.