Summary: The NZXT Tempest Case will be a big hit amongst enthusiasts. Affordability is obviously very important to most folks and this case is very well priced considering what's included. Air flow is crucial and with 6 included fans (4x120mm & 2x140mm) this case is king in that department.
Summary: While the Tempest from NZXT isn't the nicest looking case around, it certainly feels better than "El cheapo" ones from other manufacturers in the same price segment. It's price/performance ratio is above average and the case can easily be placed in a livingroom for people to look at.
Pros: Inexpensive, Lots of fans, Good front I/O panel placement, Drive cages, Watercooling ready, Easy installation of 5.25 / 3.5” devices, Alright design for what it's worth
Cons: Cheap plastic finish, Need to remove panel to remove drive cage, Delicate front panel pins, No indents on side panels -- hard to pull them out, A bit loud / poor acoustics, No removable motherboard tray
Conclusion: The Tempest is inexpensive, offers easy, quiet use and tool-less entry. It seems that NZXT have done it again and retain their reputation as one of the best gaming enclosures manufacturer of current times.