Summary: Great case, the "only" thing i can think of that would be better is if it had slightly more room for the PCI-E slots. Its got just short of 10 inches of space for a card. Not really a fan of the over-sized full cases. Also.. for me anyway.. the front CD/DVD trays are worthless imo, physical media is old school, especially CD/DVDs. External network storage is also far preferable imo compared to having like 5 HDD's in raid 0.
Pros: The case is a sleek beautiful design, the stock fan placements help keep my current build under 50C under work load, the built in thermal sensors are a blessing because I can monitor my temp to make sure it's not getting too hot during my weekend long gaming sessions. I would highly recommend this to anyone that wants a good case for under $75 without fear of quality because this one is top notch.
Cons: No cons so far the only thing I would make a note of is the front piece that opens up to the drive bays seems a bit cheap but beyond that I have no issue.
Summary: I like this case a lot. I don't know a lot about computers but I think this is a pretty good deal. comes with 3 fans. and I think it has room for another fan. It looks awesome in blue. I like that is has a front door that you open to see the optical drive. I holds shut with a magnet. on the display it will show the temperature of you cpu, hdd, and sys, in Celsius. You have to set it up by putting the temperature sensors in the right spots.
Summary: Wonderful. Very roomy, allowing for adequate airflow. The fans work wonderfully. The only downside is that the LED lights on the fans don't light up as bright as the example picture shows, but that can easily be remedied by adding some LEDs.
Summary: Really good body. It is a lot bigger than I expected and far heavier. However, it is made of steel, so it makes sense. It looks truly amazing all lit up, and the fans are so silent. It has three temperature readouts on the front panel, which show the CPU, HDD, and ambient temperature, great for monitoring everything. Make sure everything is connected right. The first time I set it up, the LED on the front didn't light up.