Summary: My wife wanted me to build her a computer that didn't look like an "alien" or a "stormtrooper" so, this case was a good choice. It was easy to install components and airflow is good. I've installed a blue fan and blue lighting looks great with it. The case feels sturdy but is surprisingly light. It could use a 2.5inch drive bay slot for solid state disks, but you can easily find an adapter for that for under ten dollars. A solid choice for a normal looking computer case.
Summary: I read several positive reviews of this case so I ordered the unit for my first mid tower build.. Until this build I always used a full tower case in the $100 range. My motherboard is a Sabertooth Z97 Mark 2 and the video card is a Evga GTX 760. The first major problem which caused me to abandon using this case was the lack of any way to keep the wiring neat and hidden.
Summary: This is a great budget case for those wanting a cheap but pretty decent case. It comes with 2 exhaust fans 1x120mm 1x140mm. I actually moved the 120mm for intake in the front. It has a great tool less for the 5.25" bays and 3.5" cage. Now for my gripes. The case came a little damaged (not enough for me to go through the hassle of returning it). The corner was scratched and the tool less side panel screws were all crooked.
Summary: Very simple case. when you take the side panel off there isnt much in there. comes with instructions and what not. power on and off switch. your cables are tied in the back ready for the motherboard. Great looking case though. Bought this for my fathers build. i used the 410 phantom by Nzxt so that should tell you something since I bought another one. Slick.
Summary: This is the best case I've owned so far. It is good looking with it's black and white looks (which I've been liking more and more lately on my devices). It has cable management on the back/side and it has USB 3.0 included even though I can't use it due to my motherboard not having a socket for the USB 3.0 plug. For now it is inactive but I intend to buy a 3.0 to 2.0 converter so I can at least use it that way.
Summary: Honestly, I would not go with this particular case a second time. It is roomy, has a great layout and plenty of cooling options and mad internal drive bays, but, once built out they are a real pain to change drives out. In retrospect I should have spent a few more dollars on a case and some cages to load drives directly in the front, but for the price, I guess it is 'ok' enough. And, its white.