Summary: Yes, I would buy the case again given a similar need, 350W is enough for most applications and the voltages are all good. I'm running an AMD A6 on an Asrock FM2+ mATX board and it's all good. I anticipate eventually upgrading to a Kaveri APU using the same setup.
Pros: Come with a reasonable 350W PS which is fine for many applications, in my case an HTPC. With a microATX board there's plenty of internal space. The plastic fasteners generally work well, and the included fan seems solid. The front panel USB3 ports connect via a cabled connector into the board hea...
Cons: I found four cons, none critical. One is that it's not clear how to open the side panels. Turns out the plastic pieces at the rear need to be pulled outward to release the panel, and then they need to be rotated about 45 degrees to remain released. Don't remove them, just rotate them part way. Ne...
Summary: I miss the sound damping goodness of my Lian-li case. Because a HDD mounts directly to the metal chassis, there is considerable noise with use.
Pros: Most compact decently constructed mATX case I could find that would fit a standard ATX power supply. Great ventilation - I run a PC with only 1 fan and my temps are ideal. It has a handy 2.5 inch drive mount, perfect for my OS SSD - one of the primary reasons I bought it.
Cons: Comes with a power supply - I can't comment on the included unit, but it's a waste of money for me as I always buy a power supply. Case width will not fit tall CPU heat sinks. You'll need a low profile version.
Pros: Very nice tower, have used several for various builds. Sturdy, no sharp edges, tool-less drive bays work well, clean appearance. None have come damaged so far, they are packed pretty well. The 350W Powerman psu included is quiet and a good choice for modest builds. Has a 3 year warranty as well.
Summary: I will continue to buy this case for all my office builds until someone challenges it in the mATX market. Highly impressed with build quality, consistency, features, everything. It's a little more money than the one I had been getting but worth every penny.
Pros: *Side panel clips make getting into the case simple and easy *Front panel release mechanism inside makes cleaning dust out easy *Included PSU has appropriate length cabling *Power button feels very durable. As silly as this may sound I find it comforting *2.5" drive mount is extremely clean and e...
Cons: *I'm a little unsure of putting any sort of PCI-E graphics option in with only a 350W PSU, would feel more at ease with a ~430W. *Nearly impossible to find in the mATX form factor but I still prefer bottom mounted power supplies for lower center of gravity. That being said, this case is not in an...
Summary: This issue needs to be made more obvious in the product description. Many of us have been buying in-win cases for years without seeing changes so I got caught out. Adapters are available if you hunt around.
Pros: Great case as always from in-win.
Cons: You must have a 19 pin USB 3.0 header on your motherboard to connect the front USB 3.0 ports to your motherboard! To connect the front ports to regular USB ports on a motherboard you will need to purchase an adapter.
Summary: The fan isn't super loud or super quiet. Can't decide if I'll replace it or not. I think this is a nice case if you are looking for a smaller than standard form factor, but don't want to get really cramped.
Pros: One of the smaller MicroATX Mini Towers. Mounting for 2.5" SSD under 3.5" external bay. USB 3.0 on front.
Cons: Internal 3.5" bay is kind of awkward, especially if you are using a 2.5" drive as well. I put my 3.5" drive in the external bay, but had to add a mounting screw so that it would fit between the case front and the memory.
Summary: I have been using this case for over 30 builds now, love it. Out of 30 I had one bad PSU, not bad ratio in my book. My main problem (and the reason for -1 egg) is the fact that you never know what PSU you'll have in there, I had cases with with 1x4 pin (cpu) and some with 2x4 pin connector.
Pros: Screwless design. Super easy to work with. Solid build - doesn't feel like it'll bend by you looking at it. Has nice looks to it while keeping it professional.
Cons: IN-Win sales team / phone support have no clue whats in their cases. You never know what connectors the PSU will have. See other thoughts.