Summary: The screws for the drive cages were very very hard to remove, even with the stubby ratcheting screwdriver I used. Careful of stripping.
Pros: The case is built of very high quality materials. Air cooling seems to work well. I removed all the drive cages and mounted my SSD to the front of the case below the fans behind the cover. This gave me a lot of open space for airflow. I used zip ties and command strips to get everything mounted and tied down. The result is clean-ish with there not being many unobtrusive areas to hide the cables. Fit my Asus R9 270 Direct CU II with a Silverstone ST50F-ES.
Cons: None of these are worth and egg. Just some observations.
Summary: They painted everything AFTER they tapped it without regard for threads. This makes any task involving screws or standoffs a pain and isn't helped by the fact that the screws themselves are of poor quality and can easily be stripped.
Pros: Appears to be of high-quality from a distance. The recessed black mesh side grilles contrast nicely with the white exterior. The outer shell is very sturdy; feels more like steel used for kitchen appliances than relatively inexpensive computer cases. The underside of the outer shell and interior are completely painted. Rolled and smoothed edges mean no scrapes or cuts, especially important with such small confines.
Cons: The power button feels cheap and has a lot of movement within the panel. Mine has some paint blemishes on the interior cross-members.
Pros: The case is very compact. Perfect if your goal is portability of a moderate power gaming rig or even less. Stylish too. I particularly like the lack of drive bays. I do not use optical drives and so their phasing out is amenable to me.
Cons: The portability of the case comes at a cost... A big one. You will have a BEAR of a time fitting both a longer Gfx card and PSU into the case. In my case I had to mod it to get it to work with a an EVGA 670GTX.