I was upgrading my old PC and looking for a new case, when this caught my eye. It's pretty big, it has 4 internal fans (3 small ones and a large one at the top, and it has lots of drive bays. There are a few minor niggles with the case.
1. The motherboard tray is fixed into the case which can make fixing the components in a bit tricky.
2. It's made of steel which means it is quite heavy.
3. The fans suck in lots of air and associated dust, so you need to be careful where you place it and you may want to look at getting some dust covers othewise everything will be pretty filthy in there in no time flat.
4. When all the fans are going it can be quite noisy - now this is isn't actually something you would notice whilst playing a game, but it is quite noticable when you are quietly surfing the web.
5. The internal fans all use molex connectors - given that the case doesn't come with a PSU you need to ensure that your PSU will have 4 12v large Molex plugs before looking the needs of your other components, although you could pass through on the two front mounted fans menaing that you only need 3 Molex plugs.
This review is starting to look quite negative, but I do like the case. There is enough space inside the case to take 3 5.25 inch drives (such as DVD Drives) and 6 3.5 inch drives (i.e hard disks). It also has a couple of USB ports and a firewire port on thr top of the case near the tray where you can plug your camera/external drive and then put them somewhere somewhere safe whilst they are plugged in. The fans have inbuild blue LEDs which look great when the fans are spinning, and there is a large plastic side viewing panel - just make sure that your cables are neat and tidy and it has a certain wow factor!
It's a good case for gamers and it will easily help with the cooling of a quad core, SLI system! 8/10