Summary: When looking for a mid-tower ATX case there are a few key features you want to look for. Make sure it has excellent air circulation, which this case does because it has one 120mm fan at the front, another at the back and two more optional 120mm fans can be installed on the left side panel. Be sure the case has enough drive bays, which this case does.
Conclusion: The KL02 from SilverStone is a case with modern styling that offers some promising features. Delivering on those features is a different story entirely. The promise of support for twelve inch long video cards fails to mention the need to remove the hard drive cage. If you want to install an item into the 5.25″ bays using the toolless clamps you still need to screw them in. The final nail in the coffin for me is the support for only two 120mm fans.
Summary: I was impressed with the quality and features of the SilverStone Kublai KL02 case. For a mid-tower application there seemed to be plenty of room inside. The tool-less drive attachments made installing devices in the bays a snap. Although it's kind of a pain using the 3½" to 5¼" adapter, the benefit is that with all the bays being 5¼" everything is modular and the hard drive cage and front I/O panel can be moved up or down to suit.