Pros: Its a sturdy case. Plenty of room for fans. Not much else to say other than it's a case that gets the job done.
Cons: The front USB 3.0 is not actually a 3.0 header to connect to your motherboard, its a long USB cable that you route to the back of the case and plug it into the back of the motherboard, which is the most stupidest thing I have every heard of.
Summary: I enjoyed this case for when I was a beginner with building my own PC. As I upgraded I noticed this case is extremely small. If you want to have an organized PC from the inside, I wouldn't recommend it, but if you're new and thinks it looks cool(which it does) then you should!
Summary: I bought this tower because it was cheap but I must say I'm extremely happy with it because everything on it works like it should and it looks great, just be careful when installing the disk drive because the black metal guard has some clips that break if you don't take it out properly, besides that...
Summary: very nice looking case, a little flimsy, but for a budget case under $75 I kind of expected this. although it advertise as water-cooler ready be ware that if you're water-cooler is a prebuilt unit that has a dual length cooler this will or most likely not work for you.
Pros: Really I bought this case for a AMD-FX 8320 computer with a r9 280x and it accomodates everything fine. I had to mod the front panel as it was a bit loose and cable management took some time but overall, the case is really nice.
Summary: This case worked well with my mini atx board. Paired with the NZXT fan controller, the chasis looks awesome. Plenty of ventilation and looks great to boot. I knew the usb port in the front was just a pass-thru to a port in the back but I still don't understand why they did this.