Pros: Cheap, quiet, light, and easy to set up. Idle power with a SSD boot and 4 platter drives is around 30-40 watts. I got a 470W UPS to make sure I had it covered, and I'm usually sitting around 7% load with a full hour of run time on the UPS. When I run a drive test to jack up the load on the RAID my power consumption rises to about 55 watts, then immediately drops back to ~30 watts once the test is over.
Cons: Power supply could use a bit more power and an 8-pin CPU power connector. Don't try to run a power-hungry CPU with this, as it probably won't support the CPU current draw at full tilt. I'm using a Xeon X3430 without a problem, but it's not being pushed.
Pros: VERY good build quality. No sharp edges to cut your face off or fingers. EASY setup of all hardware since pretty much everything (other then a few screws for the mobo) is tool-less. I really like that, saves a ton of time, but it's not cheap like most tool-less cases. Good quality rear chasis fan, but nothing in the front. Still seems to pull good air into case however. Used a GIGABYTE board and it fit really nice and solid.
Cons: The pannel wiring is a little weird, I think when you plug in the cable it changes the polarity, so when you plug in your hdd headers to the board it might have to be flip flopped to get the lights to come on... Not really a big deal. No front fan and the power supply isn't all that great. I've seen far worse, but you're going to want to swap in something better then what is included.
Pros: This case feels like it's exactly the size it needs to be. Carrying it around, it feels (comparatively) small and light, it weighs only 23 pounds with four drives installed along with everything else. The case side, expansion cards, and hard drives are all tool-less and all feel pretty solid. The hard drive cage rotates 90 degrees to allow loading of the hard drives, which also allows you to do some nice cable management underneath it. The power supply seems like a so...
Cons: The USB header cable really needs to be longer. It's barely long enough to reach the USB headers if your board has them at the bottom (which is where virtually every board has them). As such, you can't run that cable through the cable management hole they provide. The hard drive cage rotates, but you can't remove, but that's really only a minor gripe. I'd also like some better documentation as a whole. It comes with a quick-start guide, the manual can be found on Supe...
Summary: I removed one egg for this oversight, but realistically the problem can be overlooked if you don't include a disc drive or use older PATA drives to populate the system ( 4 SATA connections, 2 molex connections).
Pros: An adequate case for a server. The tool-less design is pretty functional, the case has enough airflow for a small server, and the instruction are clear and easy to follow.
Cons: The power supply! The case has a built in supply which doesn't have enough power connections if you use SATA drives (hard drives and disc drives) to populate everything.
Pros: Screw-less hard-drive mounts are simple and quick. Very low noise. Small and unobtrusive. Surprisingly stylish considering it's a server case.
Cons: Bit odd that it lacks a reset button. No front audio ports (but it's a server case, so no surprise). In theory it has a highly reliable power supply, but my friend built a system with this case and the power supply fan starting making noise in less than a week (but no problems with other 4 builds).