Summary: If you can handle the aesthetic of this case, its a fantastic value. I picked up mine as part of a bundle, but came back to grab a few more - on sale at the time for $50. It not the fanciest of cases, no, but for the price its fantastic and you get a few features usually resreved for more expensive units. The motherboard tray has pre-built stand-offs which I always find a great time saver.
Summary: Awesome looking case with subtle side window. Working space inside is okay, can get a bit fiddly once you have installed all your hardware. Only con i can think of is that there's no way to remove the HDD cage at the bottom to allow better airflow (my fault for not researching it first) but other than that, for the price i would defiantly recommend it for a budget/first time PC build.
Summary: When I got the case I was pleasantly surprised because the case was actually really good, however, it does have some major issues like the cable management and the space inside the case, also the panels that protect the ports on the back aren't able to be put back on which is a shame, meaning more dust can get into the rig. But, with it's faults being over shadow by some of the good features about the case I was delighted to see this case work so well.
Summary: This case should be £20 or less. The black metal is poor quality, i tried to clean it as it gets dusty fast and when screwing the gfx card back in the holes wore and the screws dont tighten properly. The motherboard mount area has poorly made stands for your motherboard with sharp bits of metal sticking out around the holes, i scratched the bottom of my mb when installing an atx motherboard with a preinstalled thermaltake frio cpu cooler, luckily the metal didnt cut...
Summary: Great case, good look, supports USB 3.0 motherboards, and is great at providing maximum cooling, I currently have only one exhaust fan (included with case) and still, the system stays cool when playing high performance games.
Summary: Really impressed with everything about this case. The build quality, the size, the price... everything. One thing to bear in mind is that it has a USB 3.0 port so you will (like I did) require a adapter cable if your motherboard does not explicitly say that it is USB 3.0. Rear fan is pretty good, it shifts some air for certain but perhaps is a little noisy for some people (not me).
Summary: Quality and easy to open and place things. The outer screws can be undone by bare hands and the screws for the hard drives and dvd players are easy twist ones, so no need for a screwdriver at all. The instructions are pretty easy to follow.