Summary: The Rosewill Line-M is a very well-equipped mATX chassis that ships with two fans right out of the box, includes plenty of connectivity, and comes with many small extras, like all-black screws and replacement expansion-slot covers, which really adds to the positive experience of the Line-M's target audience.
Pros: Two fans included, Good construction quality, Plenty of I/O, Good set of extras, Plenty of space for large graphics cards, Anti-vibration measures for floor-mounted hard drive, Front fan with Molex- and 3-pin connector, All-black screws, Opening in motherboard tray to access cooler brackets
Cons: More expensive than similar mATX cases out there, Internal 3.5" bays may be blocked by large coolers, Plastic locks work but still allow for movement of drives
Rosewill Line-M Case Review: Wherefore Art Thou Micro-ATX?
26 February 2013
Conclusion: My instincts when I saw the Line-M hiding in Rosewill's suite during CES 2013 turned out to be pretty much on the money. Rosewill has produced a budget case that is exceedingly effective at cooling hardware, producing competitive if not superior thermal performance even with some heady overclocking going on under the hood. This is by no means a perfect enclosure, but it's definitely a strong one and worthy of your attention.