Conclusion: Lian Li is like the Lexus of computer case manufacturers. They have traditionally been at the forefront of design features, like removable motherboard trays and use of anodized aluminum, and as a result, their cases have always come at a premium.
Summary: Lian Li has named this full tower case the Armorsuit and its targeted at the hardcore gamer. It has an all aluminum chassis so it's fairly lightweight considering its size. There are plenty of drive bays, lots of room to work, removable motherboard tray, five large fans, fits long power supplies &...
Excerpt: There’s no denying that the PC-P80R makes a statement. And we’re not just talking about its avid ATI affiliation. Regardless of our personal graphics-card preferences, we have to admit that Lian Li’s fanboy chassis looks awesome.
Pros: Lightweight; stylin'; spacious; rear mobo tray; holes for water-cooling; tons of features.
Cons: Why does everyone use those damned retention bars? And for a case this expensive, we'd have liked to see a few more bells and whistles.
Summary: The Lian Li Armorsuit PC-P80R AMD/ATI Spider Edition case is an incredibly huge "super" full tower case built for all the AMD & ATI fans out there. The Spider logo on the side panel is very well done, as is the rest of the design.
Pros: Unique red anodized finish, AMD Spider/ATI CrossFireX side panel design, Quality Lian Li construction and design, Huge interior, Twelve drive bays, Removable motherboard tray, Removable PSU bracket, Removable top panel, Removable expansion card support bracket, Cable management features, Built-in...
Cons: Red thumb screws made of aluminum instead of steel, Optional accessories will not match red finish, No external 3.5" bays or converters