Had issues with another cheesy gaming case. Sound issues with the cheap headphones jacks. sent back, bought this and couldn't be happier. the cables are properly insulated/ sheilded
The build quality is awesome. Othe people complained about the screws stripping threads, They are all metal and dry, first thing I did was apply the tiniest bit of grease to each thread before build and they glide in and out effortlessly. even good metal threads when dry can strip so always use lube. Remember the old saying "there is always time for lubrication."
There is loads of room, can't believe it a mini. you could get big grapics card in this. It is quiet, very quiet, padding etc all over the case, filters for the dust and loads of cooling. It is the best case on the market in my opinion. really easy to get the wires tucked away out of site, albeit I do have modular cables.
I was alittle concerned that it wouldn't be cool enough, I have all the extra holes covered up and no water cooling, a standard CPU cooler and it is well below 40 degrees all the time. I did spend money getting very energy efficient PSU though, so that may help. If your energy is not being used efficiently, its getting converted to heat so very energy efficient PSU will help you further down the line. rather than throwing power into your case/system and trying to spend money getting rid of it, get good a PSU and only take the power you need.mush less heat.
Had other cases that have some stupid front USB3 connection that comes out back and back in to spare slot in back, this one actually goes into motherboard provided you have a reasonably new motherboard with usb3 connectors, so looks tidy as it should do. I just love the front of it. Who needs "redtube" when you can just rub your hands all over the front of your new smooth computer tower facia ;-)