Summary: The Lian-Li replacement side panel really does make a difference to the aesthetics of your PC as you can see from image 3 and image 4. The panel costs $45 which won't break the bank and it saves you the hassle of drilling and Dremeling your case. As you saw from the guide, it takes approximately one and a half minutes to change the panel. No matter how good you are with power tools you are not going to get a finish like this.
Pros: Looks beautiful, So simple to install, Makes you more attractive to girls
Conclusion: The PC-60 is a roomy well-designed case with a ton of great features, not the least of which is the removable motherboard tray (have you guessed yet that I love it!). The PC-60 does boast very impressive system cooling, but falls a little short at CPU cooling. It is easy to forgive this when you consider that the 760a had eight system fans, making it MUCH, MUCH louder than the PC-60.
Pros: Excellent Heat Dissipation, Quiet!, Well-designed Motherboard Tray (it is so neat!!), Light Weight, Removable 3.5" drive cages., Nearly tool free assembly, Great ventilation, Fans included, Well detailed and thought out design, Cut free, Three position voltage control for intake fans
Cons: A bit expensive for a case without a power supply, Top two 5.25" bays are a bit cramped for ham-fisted folk, Filling the hard drive cage will block airflow, USB cabling is difficult to setup