Summary: Even though the Prominent 9 offers some nice options, it is too expensive and has too many features missing for a case in its price range.
Pros: The 5.25” bay covers are meshed featuring air filters, Silent fans, Noise-absorbing foams on the side panels, Supports one 2.5” device, Supports eight (or nine, if the included adapter is used) hard drives, Holes for routing cables behind the motherboard tray, Cable organizers, Tool-less mechanis...
Cons: Price, No air filters on the meshes located at the bottom panel, No cut-out for accessing the retention mechanism of the CPU cooler, Comes with only two fans, No vented slot covers, No USB 3.0 ports, Interior and rear panels aren’t painted, Doesn’t come with the rear fan
Conclusion: The Nexus Prominent 9 has a lot of good features to boast about. The tool-free installation is always good to see in cases these days, and the sound dampening solutions that they have brought along as well, help make it as quiet as possible.