Summary: Serious gamers fall into two categories. The first type is those who enjoy hotwiring together obscure components dug up from graves, adding liquid cooling systems and squeezing the last iota of heat tolerance out of an overclocked P4. The second lot are the ones who buy a gaming PC like they buy a console: pre-configured for max performance.
Pros: Flamboyant case design which leaves no one in doubt that you're a gamer, Swift performance, Super-fly Windows UI skinning
Cons: Hinged panel in front of the drive bays -- we can't help feeling there's a more elegant way to integrate drives into a chassis