Summary: very cool case for the price, included ir receiver is a plus and worked awesome with my harmony 1000 and ir extender. has power bypass funtion so you can turn pc on and off via any remote. included remote is pretty cool as far as stock remotes go, it has a d pad that works as a mouse cursor and a on screen keyboard so you can pretty much do everything with that remote however I will be using a wireless logitech kb and mousedpad combo, had I known the quality and features...
Summary: This is a beautiful case. You're never sure when you can only see an image online but it looks as good as the picture, maybe better. Some complained that the unit might not have enough room for all they needed to install but I didn't have that problem. I was easily able to install 2 hard drives, 2 tuner cards, 1 video card, 2 case fans, a full sized power supply and a large fan on my CPU. The instructions were good enough but could have been a bit clearer.
Summary: This case is beautiful and with plenty of space inside, the front display is very useful and front covers work very well you just have to keep in mind some things: 1-is better to use a modular power supply for better handling 2-lends itself more to a Micro ATX motherboard 3-does not come with fans 4-it is a little high it may not fit in your entertainment center 5-not recommended for beginners I spent to much time building this case but in the end worth all the effort,...
Summary: It took a long time for me to settle on a case, but after choosing the LC-20B-M, I couldn't be happier, this case looks beautiful inside my home theatre. Placing all the components into the case was pretty easy with a few exceptions in the instructions that have not been updated with the current configuration of the harness for the LCD display. The cages are easy to take out, but some of the screws are a little awkward to get back in place.
Summary: This is my second attempt at building a HTPC for my living room. The last one I used an Antec Sonata 2 tipped on it's side so needless to say the Silverstone looks significantly better. The biggest selling point for me was the integrated VFD/IR which works perfectly with my Harmony remote. I really didn't want to have a separate IR receiver setting on top the box so this worked out well.
Summary: SilverStone Lascala LC20B-M ATX HTPC Home Entertainment PC Case with VFD, Remote Control, Front USB, FireWire and Audio Ports (Black) The case itself is a very heavy duty, well made steel case with a black brushed aluminum front panel. Both front doors, have very well made "push to latch" mechanism, which appears quite sturdy. The interior offers room for two (2) external 5.25" drives, One (1) external 3.5" drive, and up to six (6) internal 3.5" hard drives.
Summary: The case is about the size of a normal mid-tower case. The instructions for setting up the IR interface and the VFD were a little confusing but I was able to figure it out after a while. I am now using a Logitech Harmony One Universal Remote with Color Touchscreen to control an XBMC install without problems with the help of this case.
Summary: This is a very nice case overall, but it does tend to get crowded once you put a full size graphics card in it. A couple of inches in hieght or depth would have helped. Once a fan is installed in the front of the chasis the hard drive also needs to moves lower and then it gets very crammed.
Summary: Nice looking roomy case, steel construction for better sound insulation than aluminum. Provides enough room for state-of-the-art graphics cards, CPU and cooling, but looks more appropriate in the living room than a tower. I suppose I would have preferred if the vent on the CPU side were sealed by default, but it's a minor niggle. Looks much better than the first image here; make sure to check out the other images, as the case is in fact a very dark matte black.