Cheap Case Review #9 - SHAW ECO MK3 Full ATX "Gaming" Case - Video! I was excited SHAW was back, now, not too much. Since reviewing the Micro Hero case from the new lineup of cases, I was eager to see what the other offerings were. And so I chose this case because of it's over the top look, and with all the features of the Micro Hero - this had to come with some great features right? Nope. Big thank you to FIREWIRE1394 for picking this case up and delivering it for me, much appreciated! VIDEO HERE - (Yes I made puns, AGAIN, shawly no one will notice ) Now if you don't want to watch the video, I will give a quick run down, but to be honest, it's just a terrible, terrible case. Unless someone out there likes it. Which is doubtful. The case is $45, same price as the Micro Hero. Which I reviewed HERE and with the same price - you get 2 less fans, a very cheap looking appearance, less features and lack of build quality (Or thereof). You can argue - yes it's a budget case, yes it can fit a full ATX board with some decent graphics cards, yes it has LED Fans, but - WHY? Why this case? I was seriously bummed out because of how the Micro Hero had all the bells and whistles, but this just, it doesn't offer anything decent. If anything - I will rip the fans out of it and give it away. Here's the rundown of what is good and bad. PROS: *Cheap price. *Cable Management is decent *Comes with 2 decent LED Fans *THE MAGNETIC DRIVE BAY COVER! 2017 NEW FEATURE! *Sigh that's all I can think off for the pros. CONS: *It's still a SHAW Case. *Had to literally RIP the plastic panels off the case. *Very poor build quality, not solid, flimsy panels. *Fan mounts are practically useless. *No radiator support, except for a single 120MM. *Cables aren't all black to match with the interior. *Lack of any dust filters, except for the small one for the PSU. *Putting a build into the case was tedious and not that straightforward. *No SD Card reader, but has the cutouts for it. *Decision to not put dual USB 3.0 on one PCB, instead splitting them. *No PSU Shroud or anything the Micro Hero offers, and at the same price! *I can not stress that the build quality is just crap on this. *Unappealing look that will only cater to someone looking at an over the top case for cheap *And, I'll say it again, it's terrible. Overall: 3/10 The reason for the generous score was because it comes with the 2 LED Fans and the awesome feature of the magnetic 5.25" cover *sarcasm* Honestly, don't buy this case, there are plenty of better options on the market for the $45. And I will mention the last case for the 76th time, the Micro Hero is the SAME PRICE as this one, but has more features and looks like something that is practical. This is just not one of those cases. I may have a look at the other lineup of Micro cases, but I have a slight feeling they will be the same layout as the Hero case, but just slightly different bezels and different colored fans. I feel I wasted $45 on this case, and I can't return it since it's practically destroyed from all the hassles into building. I hope everyone enjoys this review for what it is, I know the video isn't perfect and I am not the best at reviewing but I am doing this for fun and that's the whole point. (Hopefully the sound levels are better this time around, and the micro edits aren't perfect, but eh, it's good enough) And to see how the budget market is going for Computer gear, sometimes, it can be good! Thanks - see you all in the next one!