Summary: I got this to replace a down cycled OCZ power supply which served me well but was a couple ATX revisions behind. I don't have a see-through case so I didn't care too much about the lack of modularity. I picked this PSU primarily on the strength of the supposed OEM and Antec's reputation and price.
Pros: Well built. Quiet. Four PCIE connectors (2x6 pins, 2x6+2 pins). ATX12V v2.3. Should be able to handle just about any single current gen GPU and Nvidia SLI up to GTX 980.
Cons: Not modular. I wish it had more SATA and few MOLEX connectors.
Summary: This power supply has been through many upgrades. Since my purchase of it I have upgraded from an AMD FX-6350 to an Intel Core i7-4790K, and from an AMD Radeon HD-7790 to an Nvidia Geforce GTX 980.
Pros: -Quiet -Doesn't output much heat, even under high load -Provides stable power for my GTX 980 and i7 4790K, both overclocked substantially
Cons: Not modular, but I knew that when I bought it.
Summary: With regards o the fire issue/s. It's important to take note that if you have a video card that only requires (1) PCI-e plug be sure and choose the plug that has the Yellow & black cords. Why? It is on the #2 12+ rail. The all yellow cords w/connector are on the #1 rail which is shared.
Pros: Quiet and dependable Have been running this PSU since 10/2011.