There aren't a tonne of builds done using this case, and I'm slowly putting one together and thought I'd put a small log up in case anyone out there is looking for a very compact mATX case, or is interested in this case and wants to know what it's like to build in. So I'm currently using an Antec P180 Mini, which I'm very happy with, but I've also been wanting to go to a more compact case. I've had mITX set ups before, things like a Sugo05 back in the 775 days and a Bitfenix Prodigy when they first came out, but they didn't last long for me, as I found the mITX form factor too restrictive in terms of expandability. I couldn't add extra ram sticks, nor could I add a sound card, back when on-board audio was just terrible. So then I saw some pictures online of cases by a Chinese group called Jonsbo. They've got a big range of these ultra-premium looking aluminium cases, that sort of looks like a cross being a Lian-Li design and the Apple Powermac G5 case. So I ended up with the U3 in silver, with the windowed side panel. You can't easily get them from Jonsbo directly, but they do have resellers on both the USA (licensed as Rosewill Legacy U3) and in Europe (licensed as Cooltek U3). So after some searching around, I ended up getting the Rosewill version through Amazon in the US for around $160 posted. A bit up there in price, but cheapest I could find it at the time for the one I wanted. It was new, and probably wouldn't have cost that much less, being full 2.0/1.5mm aluminium, niche design, plus Australia tax and local shipping, so I was still happy. So it's pretty compact. Specs put it as So 21cm x 36cm x 27cm, which is quite a nice size, considering that a mATX board is 24.4cm (H) x 24.4cm (D) and a standard psu in height is all that you'll squeeze in there. The above picture showing the 3.5" HDD in there gives some good perspective as well. So I'll give a list of what is going to be going in there, most of my current build is shifting over with a few changes. Asus ROG Maximus VII Gene mATX Intel i5-4690k Thermalright VenomousX Kingston HyperX 2x4GB Blue GTX970 Nvidia Reference Cooler Edition Silverstone SX500-LG 500W 80+ Gold Fully Modular SFX-L PSU Samsung XP941 256GB w/ Lycom M.2 to PCIe 3.0 x4 Adapter Card Plextor M5 Pro Xtreme 256GB SSD Samsung 500GB 2.5" Scratch Drive So I'll be making some posts about what I've done to the case so far, and what was involved in that, and where things are going. It's not a crazy mod build, nor is it top-level specs. But it's going to be an interesting build nonetheless.