Summary: Besides the hard to swallow price tag, we found very few problems with the case. These issues may only concern some of you, and certainly none of them are show stoppers. Take the fan speed controller, which for some reason was hidden behind the front panel and under the dust filter. To save us time we had to refer to the manual to find its location.
Conclusion: It's a bit hard to give this case any real rating, because there simply aren't many competitors in its price range. Also one can't really say what goals a high-end case should achieve? Perfection? However in the end it doesn't really matter what the goals might be for cases in this price range, because the Tyr PC-X2000 is likely to reach more or them. Nice stylish outlooks, overall good finishing, handy features and very effective yet reasonably quiet cooling.
Pros: Easily removable dust filter, Very easy tool-free side panels, Great ventilation, Quiet enough for most users
Cons: Slight quality issue with the front panel, Fan controller location