Summary: NZXT's enclosure has a lot of bells and whistles and really is designed to be as customizable as possible. What isn't listed on the spec sheet is an included pin block that converts six 3-pin fan headers to a single 4-pin molex header, white LEDs around the I/O cluster and expansion backs on the back that can be toggled on and off, and a vent on the top that can be opened, closed, or removed entirely.
Summary: Very well built product. My only complaint would be that the optical drive cover doesn't shut itself after the drive closes. Not really that big of an issue since I rarely use my optical drive. Great vendor and great product.
Summary: As a system builder, I've gone through a lot of cases, but this one is, by far, one of the absolute best cases I've ever come across. There are several things that make it so. This case is large, as it's a Full Tower and in other Full Tower cases there is sometimes a tendency towards wasting all that space that's available. Not so, here.
Summary: Amazing case. Sharp looking, It is larger than you think. Next to 820 it's not smaller enough to make a difference. I went with Phamtom 820 in the end due to it's "in your face" design. I miss the flat shelf on top. The one thing that discouraged me was that the vent mechanism would need some oil or adjustment to be smooth for daily use. I like the idea of closing it for dust proofing the roof.
Summary: Really big window to show off all your components! The only small gripe I have is the matte finish on the front and top of the case. Seems like no matter how you touch the finish, it leaves marks. You can easily wipe them off though.