Having built a couple of budget PCs in the past, this was the first time I'd spent a reasonable amount of money on a branded case.
The good points are that the build quality is sturdy and the removable motherboard tray makes it easy to install the motherboard/CPU/RAM.
Unfortunately, what let it down in my case is that the drive cage interferes with the placement of the USB 3 port on my motherboard. Of course, this is also dependent on the make of motherboard used, but it could have been avoided if the USB 3 connector was made of a flatter or more flexible cable, and a lower profile plug was used. As it is, I have to remove the drive cage to be able to connect the front USB 3 ports, and can't re-install the cage. This means it's only possible to use either an SSD or SATA drive in the lowest part of the case (separate to the drive cage).
It could have been so much better with just a little more thought put into that one aspect.
Next time I'll also look into a tool-less case (apart from the thumbscrews at the back, make sure you have a Phillips head screwdriver to hand) - not a fault of the product, just something I should have researched further, and it may be a dealbreaker for a prospective buyer.