Summary: I have mixed feelings about this case. After receiving two samples with the same door rattle problem, I decided that it wasn't caused by shipping. SilverStone asked me to try tightening the screw that keeps the door axle attached, but that didn't help at all. Taping the door did fix the problem, but it looks ugly. Additionally, no one should need to do things to a $150+ case just to have it work as it is supposed to.
Pros: Excellent finish and window, Almost tool-free installation, 120mm fans, Plenty of room inside, Compatible with extended ATX motherboards, Compatible with redundant PSU's, Compatible with a range of motherboards, Thermal controller, Good wire management, Side USB/Firewire/Audio ports, Non-restrictive exhaust
Cons: Heavy, Front panel has a poor locking system, requires a key, No removable motherboard tray, Some sharp edges, Door rattles, Poor intake ventilation, Bad tool-less PCI locking method
Excerpt: Over the last couple of years, it's clear one of the main focuses in our industry has been making the PC smaller and more attractive. Basically bridging the gap between PC and appliance. This certainly appeals to a large percentage of the population and to be honest, we've fallen into it too. We've reviewed small form-factor PCs from Shuttle, Biostar and Soltek and Hooz and I are both big fans of those machines. They're perfect for friends and family.