Summary: We published our DH-101 review in November 2007. Since then the HTPC case market has matured and evolved. We have mini ITX cases, DTX and slim mATX units which require low profile expansion cards, but full sized units. The market is filled with offerings for every budget. It seems a bit like the DH-202 is just a cosmetic refresh of the DH-102.
Pros: Great paint job, Soundgraph LCD screen & software a solid choice!, All control present to navigate through the software, Works with both Windows XP MCE and Vista, Updated looks are much better than the original DH-1 series, Solid construction, Includes Remote control, Can hold three hard drives, Two 60 mm fans, one 120 mm one, Large low profile CPU coolers are possible, Available in three versions
Cons: No improvements in the interior, Fans do not come with mainboard headers, Fans are quite noisy at 12V, You may not need all the features of the Soundgraph Graphical VFD for a HTPC, Large openings allow noise to escape the case and dust to settle inside it, Large graphic cards will not fit, A few parts lack the black paint job, Only partial screw-less system