Pros: I've been using this box for almost a year. It came to me in good shape (the doors were intact and still open and latch closed. The power supply fried after a month, but that may have been my doing, as I was troubleshooting a USB cable that probably shorted out. The replacement PSU has worked fine since then.
Pros: All front panel access is covered by doors (floppy bay, CD bay, and USB/audio jacks). Heavy gauge steel. Power supply included.
Cons: Hard drive is best mounted in the floppy bay. If not, there are 2 plastic brackets that can hold the drive in 2 locations. These brackets only hold the drive on one side. This is probably OK for the location which rests the drive on the case bottom. The other location suspends the drive vertically from a support rail by 2 screws which doesn't seem like a good idea. Other than that, a tight fit should be expected from a box of this size. A low profile CPU heatsink/fan ...
Pros: There is room for the mobo, two 3.5" HDDs and a DVD burner, with room underneath the drive bays to bundle and stash your excess cordage. 2nd HDD mounts vertically at the side opposite the PCI slot. PSU actually has TWO SATA connectors instead of one... nice. Supports a full height PCI card. Front audio connectors to the mobo support HD audio as well as AC'97. All cabling is sufficiently long to reach their components. There's an adjustable striker mechanism on the DVD...
Cons: There are a few, but none that would be worth docking any eggs off of the rating. The documentation can be a bit confusing to a first-time builder, especially with which screws go where. Veteran builders can sort it out without any problems though. I wish the power and hdd leds were a bit brighter and more visible, but that point is subjective. It's a tight squeeze to fit a Hauppauge PVR-150 in the PCI slot because the coax connectors located opposite the pci contacts...
Summary: Also, the old cdrom I had didn't fit because it was too deep, and ran into the power supply. But, I guess most drives these days are more compact, so the case is adequate for most new hardware.
Pros: Its sleek and stylish, well-constructed and sturdy, power supply had all the connectors I need, and I'm overall just impressed with it. Rosewill used to be the super-cheap flimsy case company, but it would seem they've moved up quite a lot.
Cons: Its a little bigger than I expected, and there's some wasted space inside (big gap under the 3.5 drive bay) but I guess this would allow you to toss in a 3rd HDD (not anchored though).
Pros: Good quality package for a Mini-ITX system. Can accommodate two 3.5 inch drives and one 5.25 inch drive. The included power supply (mine came with two SATA power connectors) has more than adequate capacity for virtually anything you can shoehorn into the case. The front panel is nicely thought out, and the drive door works flawlessly with my Sony/Optiarc CD/DVD burner.
Cons: Very limited cooling. The fan on the included power supply is quiet but does not move enough air through the case for adequate cooling if you are using all the available drive bays. I added a cheap slot fan and reduced typical internal temperatures by 10C/18F (from ~60C/140F to ~50C/122F), at the cost of additional fan noise.
Pros: Takes a standard DVD drive and a 3.5 inch hard drive without a sweat and still stays small. The HD sits vertically against the side of the case. This frees the 3.5 inch bay for a floppy drive or a all in one card reader. Has spring loaded pop open doors. Nice black finish. Has a slot for one pci card (that would be the tuner card for my mythbuntu system).
Cons: No case fan, but lots of side holes for ventilation. Some power supply noise, but not bad.