Summary: Always thought Lian Li cases were supposed to be great, but this is the worst case I've owned (including ones half the price).
Pros: Looks nice, lots of drive bays. The buttons / ports on top are convenient.
Cons: I've had this case for about 1.5 years. It rattles and buzzes non-stop (four hard drives and a Cooler Master Hyper 212 cooler installed). Front panel is not well attached and doesn't sit flush against the case. Case is made of aluminum and gets scratched / marred easily. Drive bay covers don't fit tightly and come loose / vibrate.
Pros: - All aluminum construction. - Excellent build qulity. - Clean and professional look. - Lots of room and easy to easy to work inside the case.
Cons: - There is no cable to connect the USB 3.0 ports on the front of the case to the internal USB 3.0 header on the motherboard. Instead, the manufacturer supplies a long set of thick, black cables that you're supposed to run through the case, that goes out through one of the PCI ports, and then you plug them into the USB 3.0 ports on the back of the computer. This is unacceptable. What a hack. - The finish on the outside of the case is delicate and scuffs easily.