I chose this case for two reasons:
1: I like the PSU being at the base (never understood why it should be at the top)
2: It has fittings for a 2.5 inch HDD or SSD. I object to paying 6 pounds or more for a bit of bent metal to mount an SSD
The quality is OK, but nothing special - not as goods as my Antec cases for example, but then they were quite a bit more expensive. The case is very good looking in an understated way, and the black rubberised finish on the front panel is a nice touch, though it does mean that the self-adhesive badge that's supplied can't be attached!
My non-modular PSU is way over the top with what seems like hundreds of cables and connectors, but the cable routing options in this case coped very well, including space to coil up all the unused cables out of the way, without affecting the airflow.
On the downside:
Although copious quantities of thumbscrews are supplied, the fit of most is so tight that a screwdriver is still needed, and the use of thumbscrews for the expansion slots is pretty pointless, as there is not sufficient room to turn them with your fingers. Also when inserting the motherboard mounting posts, it doesn't take much to strip a thread.
Removing the front panel is so difficult (due to the very tight fit at the top) that I was convinced I was doing it wrong, and had to re-check the manual as I was afraid of breaking it.
There's plenty of room for additional fans - it's a shame that only one is supplied as standard.
All in all though, it's not a bad case, and once fully assembled you have something that looks and feels like a high end computer