Summary: I contacted Lian Li for some replacement screws. It did come with 2 extra Mobo screws but none for the case. I'll edit the review if I hear back from Lian Li.
Pros: Very simple install. As long as you ordered the right parts (see other reviews) everything will fit. Not much else to say for a thin mini itx board.
Cons: I got a little cocky and tried to assemble my build as fast as possible. I ended up forgetting to remove one half of the tape from the backplate for the CPU cooler. When I tried to remove the board, I had 2/4 screws from the mobo strip! These were provided by Lian Li. Out of the 4 cases I own, I did manage to strip 4/12 of the case screws aswell (small black ones to access the inside). Maybe it is just me but you would think you could get a decent set of screws.
Summary: Lid uses three tiny screws, so hope you don't have get into it much.
Pros: Case is tiny, looks high quality and has room for two 2.5" drives.
Cons: No optical drive space. It might be worth an extra inch or two in width and some rearranging to make this even better for HTPC applications. There is a little extra room near the power LEDs, I would have rotated the drive bay 90 degrees so you would have more clearance for the cables (they extend over the motherboard right now).
Pros: The case is really small which is what I wanted. I received a bundle deal on the Thin-Mini-ITX motherboard so I needed a case to use. I have an In-Win Thin-Mini-ITX too and I think this one is a little nicer, less wasted room. Well thought out. I used a cheap SSD with 4gb of memory and an i5 xxxx CPU. It's been perfect.
Summary: Also, the internal space isn't well thought out. There is relatively a lot of space on either side of the HDD bay unused.
Pros: This case makes a great combo with the DQ77KB Motherboard. I've been building KVM nodes with this that are small and efficient for the space. Onboard mSATA is great. Didn't need the onboard SATA or PCIe. Be sure to get the Intel CPU Cooler for this unit. It will require it.
Cons: While I'm not building these for desktop computers, I probably would except that if I wanted to use the mini PCI for a wireless card, the Intel MiniITX Thin form factor doesn't leave mounting for a three antenna solution. It would be nice if the case had options for this.