This case has a lot going for it.
It is roomy, with lots of slots for fans, hard drives, 5.25's, and pci expansion. The finish on the case is nice (mine came with just one or two small nicks on corners of the side panels, no big deal). The inside is finished all black and quite easy to work in. The cable-management holes seem to be in just the right spots to get cables out of the way without bending and twisting them at odd angles. It has a USB 3.0 in the front (the blue one) and three USB 2.0. The power and reset buttons are nicely placed on the top right of the case. There is a removable cover on top where you can put a radiator or up to two 120mm or 140mm fans (I used two 140mm). The front fans are easily removed as they screw into a removable enclosure and run off of one shared power connection. The 3.5" bays are all easily removed and accessible simply by pulling out the fan enclosure in front of them. If you are using an SSD or notebook drive, make sure you pull out the two metal pushpins on the one side of the drive bay or it won't go back in right (this in no way affects the secureness of the drive). You also have a handy storage box w/lid on top which is handy for thumb drives and other things. I usually keep the thumb screws for the side panel in there when I am in and out of the case a lot, keeping them out of reach of my curious cats. The case comes with lots of screws and even some zip ties to tie up your cables.
This is a list of 'extra' hardware that I put in the case with my build.
1 more NZXT 120mm fan for the front intake (two come with the case, one front, one rear)
2 140mm Cooler Master fans for the top (exhaust)
1 NZXT fan controller for 5.25" bay (the one with the sliders)
1 NZXT Sleeved orange LED 2m gives the case a great 'hot iron' glow
Note that including the fan on the power supply, the cpu fan and the two fans on the video card, this makes nine total fans... Maybe a bit overkill, but the case felt kind of empty without them (with room for three more I believe?). Needless to say, the computer runs remarkably cool.
As far as negatives go, I thought it should have included the rubber pieces that go on the hose holes on back of the case and one on the inside panel where the bulk of the wires go through but maybe I was mistaken. I am not a huge fan of the tool-free design on the 5.25" bays. I prefer to just screw in the drive for a more solid feel. Also, I have found that I need to do something to dim the front LED's for the power and HDD, they are blinding! These are definitely not deal-breakers though, just advice really, for when you buy it.
Overall, I must give the case five stars because it is everything I wanted and I am very happy with it. If I would have gone for a fancier overall setup with color-coordinated motherboard/ram/video card etc. for the build (and spent a few hundred more dollars), I probably would have gotten the windowed version. At the time of purchase however, this case was thirty dollars less than the one with the glass so I felt it was a better choice.
If you want a real good look at the case, there are videos out there that give you a nice tour.