Summary: overall this is a good case. the plastic parts that are matte looks like the metal part and it looks solid. good fore negative air pressure. probably not ideal for positive air pressure because front and back could leak air
Pros: Side window, solid look and build
Cons: hard to remove front and top cover, need to buy filters to replace, stock fans seem to not pull a lot of air
Summary: This was a really nice case... I was surprised for the price (I paid $59.99) what I got. Black inside and out, nice window, a couple of good 120mm fans (1 LED), lots of build room, USB 3.0 in charging tray, etc.. The all-around look was slick, build was decent for this price range.
Summary: It's a very good case for this price range (under $80 or less when on sale). Technical specs says 'tool-free Hard Drive installation' but you need a screwdriver to bolt the anti-vibration rubber on the disk. The dust filters for the fans are hard to remove and to clip back in place.
Pros: Nice finish, big side window , 2 speeds fan controller built-in (for front and top only), dust filters for intake, fans, front mesh for better ventilation, supports 240mm rad for liquid cooling.
Cons: The plastic pins holding the top of the case are flimsy. I broke easely two of them when I tried opening it to add another fan.
Summary: Great case, looks stylish and futuristic but not too much as to be gaudy. Has a nice balance of cool while still looking respectful enough to be proud to have on display. There are more than enough USB ports and the 3.0 ports on top are a nice touch, especially when connecting a phone or external...
Summary: First, watch dimensions of your PSU when you set, cuz if you set like Zalman ZM600-HP Plus (what i own) you can't set at bottom 120mm fan beside him, PSU is to long. Dimensions of my PSU is 165(L) x 150(W) x 86(H) mm , standard is 160 (L).