Conclusion: The VFD, remote control, and media software are all rebranded iMON products. BeingÂ a Korean designed product, the iMON series is as well-engineered as you could imagine, and extremely robust and customizable. If you've been with us for a while, you may have noticed that I am a big proponent of Korean PC products. They are usually higher quality than mass-manufactured Taiwanese and Chinese components, but don't usually carry the inflated price of Japanese parts.
Conclusion: Any full ATX case that is 90mm high is going to be a specialty product, and thus will have disadvantages that are inherent to the design. Such things as the need for a riser card, and a more cramped installation are unavoidable. So we have to forgive Thermaltake for these, and at the same time thank them for attempting to make a low-pro case for HTPC connoisseurs.
Pros: 90mm low profile design, Fits full ATX motherboards, Well-designed riser card supports 1 PCIe x16 and 1 PCI, Fits full ATX power supply, Room for three 3.5" devices, Well-design VFD and software
Cons: Huge footprint; 47x44cm base!, Inherent flaws to this type of product; only 2 peripherals supported, cery cramped interior, Fit & Finish lacking compared to competition, Doesn't look so hot, VFD power requires a huge cable extension, Must use motherboards with a specific layout to be able to add peripherals, Does not support double-slot VGA coolers