Summary: Fantastic case, you already know the pros from the other reviews, so here are my small cons. Cons: The screws that come with it are crap. 2 Two of my screws became stripped from my screwdriver, and I can scratch the metal with my fingernail. Very weak. The side panels kind of stick out a little. Kind of hard to explain, but there's an openingwhere the side panel meets the top of the case. Kind of annoying.
Summary: It's a little on the tight side when it comes to managing cables, but it definitely got the job done. It's got a good clean profile without breaking the budget. I particularly like the fans that are included.
Summary: I like the case. I have an issue with the reset button- it doesn't "reset" so much as "instantly shut down" and then I have to push the power button to get it to come on again.. But outside of that, I'm happy with it. It had plenty of room for cable management & has a lot of fan slots available, so there's plenty of air flow going on in the case. The fans it came with are a bit noisy, but are more quiet than my previous rig.
Summary: The smooth design creates a clean look, I very satisfied with it. I've always had issue with the design of desktop power buttons (they become less reliable the older they get) and this case is no different - however it does seem to be working perfectly.
Summary: This is a good case for the price. I was not thrilled with the plastic front cover, but is not a big issue. Also, instructions were a little hard to read due to small print. There was plenty of room to install micro ATX as well as HDD and Optical drive. Some other reviews indicated that the top tray was difficult to use, so I just went to the second one down, and had no issues installing the drive.