Pros: grabbed this for $50 after rebate, had everything i need for my mid range gaming rig i built in 2011, hotswap drive is cool , never used it though, wiring for usb 3 back when it wasn't standard, just a overall solid case, blue leds give it a sweet look as well
Pros: This is a great all around case for the money, with the right mother board that allows you to make your SATA drives Hot Swappable you can use the external drive port for transferring data. It has good air flow and is quite.
Cons: The only con is that newegg or no else seems to carry it anymore and I would buy more if I could.
Pros: great case, this is my third Thermaltake armor case after the Armor+ and armor mx. have always been impressed with the options you have with these cases for both airflow and water cooling
Cons: wish they supplied the case with a filter for the 120mm side and top vents which I have not put fans on. Also, unless you are planning on getting a USB 3.0 expansion card with one connector on the inside, the front panel connector that hooks up in the back might bug some people
Summary: People who said they had problems with this case have no idea wat they are saying its a great buy. The lights are bright though but its as easy as pulling off the front case swapping a fan and problem solved.
Pros: -Great air flow, good on cable management and blue lights are a plus! -Easy pull off and snap on front and cool easy swap feature even though I don't expect to use it ha! -USB 3 great option!
Cons: USB 3 doesn't connect directly to the mobo (motherboard) also there is no rubber padding for the PSU to sit on but if your not that picky buy it.
Summary: Purchased mine directly from a Tiger, and received my rebate. Cant say enough what a great deal it is.
Pros: Big mid, wider than my buddy's full tower. Plenty of room for the cables of my non-modular PSU. Plenty of room for the Hyper N520 cpu cooler. Great airflow with stock fans. Tool-less drive trays. Great, great deal.
Cons: HDD vibrates a little much for my taste upon boot in the tool-less tray. Too big for my computer desk. Not a fan of LEDs
Summary: the built in drive dock is nice, though I don't use it a lot, overall a great case for the price ($20 MIR). definitely a great upgrade from a generic case, and a great alternative if you want something like the Antec Nine-Hundred (which I have done a build in) but can't quite afford it
Pros: Great case, fairly easy to work with, love the swing-away sides, "tool-less" drive rails/clips, easy to remove front cover, dust filters for front 2 fans and PSU decent cable management.
Cons: the front panel sometimes takes some wiggling to get it to seat properly, and the power LED is VERY bright, I put a couple of layers of blue paint tape over it and now it is tolerable, before I was seeing spots.