Summary: everyone seems to encounter the same problem. Not enough room for larger power supplies. If your machine only requires a 400 or 500 watt PSU, you problably have no use for liquid cooling. I am using the Thermaltake 750 toughpower, and it barely fits. Unable to use the support brace they included. However, it doesn't seem to be necessary so i'm not using. Haven't finished the machine yet, but everything else is ok. Lots of room, lots of fans. I like it!
Summary: don't mind that then this is the case for you. Its a monster...the pump works well...actually have an extra bottle left over they give you two. I have a water block on the north bridge (modded), a vidio card water block, and an aquos on my drive too...plus the chipset block it came with. This thing has lots of room, is quite...easily modded, I cut in 3 more fans and added a fan controller as well...
Summary: This case has a lot of nice features, in actuality it's a stroke of genius. First off, it's a TANK, made primarily of 3mm rolled steel with aluminum doors on the front chassis. The doors are held closed with small magnets and both of them open, making the installation of drives a breeze. The radiator being mounted on the doors both cools the water loop and increases airflow inside the case itself.
Summary: Pros: 1/ Lots of space 2/ Good cost for having both LCS and Case (instead of purchasing separately) 3/ Very adequate air circulation 4/ Screwless assembly 5/ Almost quiet operation Cons: 1/ Heavy 2/ Screwless assembly is not always true(I have a USB PCI card that won't clip, my Creative X-fi controls on the drive bay won't clip as well) 3/ Difficulty clipping my 8800 GTX card.
Summary: Delivery was quick. As reviewed by others, this is a huge case, which is what I was looking for. The ad about needing no tools is not quite right, you will. Read the manual thoroughly so you understand how to put your components inside, ie: plan it out, it'll go much smoother, and take your time, don't rush it. I've had heat issues and needed more space to cool my system. Add water cooling to the mix, and it's a great setup.
Summary: That's what I had to name this colossus. She wasn't necessarily easy to work with though. For one thing, the Ultra X3 1000 watt power supply would not fit initially. I had to remove the 3 1/2" cage from the rear of the case and do some additional minor mods to get the PS in. But overall, this case was very easy to work with. Another minor note if your planning on building a screamer, which is what I would expect if your buying a water cooler equiped case.