I've just received the case this morning, after waiting a looong week for it. The first impression was that the case is not so strongly built like Antec P183 Midi Tower Case, for example... But, for a house computer, i think the quality is more than enough. I had a nice surprise to find 7 (yes, you heard me) fans inside - there are other 2 big ones on top, not showing in the amazon's photo - all of them with individual speed controllers, plus another fan space on the side panel, just in case. The only existing problem (if you consider it a problem, of course), 5 of them are red. This doesn't affect me, as long they are keeping the inside as cool as possible. In my case, I'll have to remove one of them and to install my Corsair H60 radiator and fan instead. Huge space inside, perfect for making your life easier when instaling the components. The 3 fans on the front are installed on 3 lockable access doors with washable filters, so, again, helps you having more control over installing the hdd. Again, like P183, the mobo cables are going between the mb and the side panel. Another interesting feature, if you are an IT enthusiast, is the external hot-swap drive, very accessible, in case you want to install another temporary SATA hdd, without opening the side panel. Even the power and the reset buttons are very handy, on top of the case. In one word, I am really impressed with it. The only thing I would rate with 1 star instead of 5 is the postage. I recived the case in an open, ripped and broken box, luckly nothing was missing inside. Don't know who do I have to "thank" for that, but the Antec packaging saved the case from any damage. Not even a scratch.