After taking somebodies advice I decided to buy one of these. Coming from a HAF 932 to this, I just thought I'd post my opinions. $385.56 including delivery. It's mostly described as 'sleek' and 'roomy' I think I'd rather call it 'sleek' and 'cheaply built'. To be fair I should have done my research a little more, but I put my faith in the reviews. Maybe I was spoilt by Coolermaster cases previously but for the Lian Li's price I thought I'd get something built to higher standards. Here's why. The good - Once you remove all the crap you have a lot of room. - I can fit 2 5870's end on end with the HDD rack removed, so any GPU for a long time will fit. - It is somewhat good for air cooling, it has nothing on the HAF 932 since the majority of the case is closed up. There are vents but they seem to do very little. You can purchase extra panels of course which allow for better cooling, but it's a little pricey on top of what the case has already cost. - Because of all the room it would be good for a water-cooled setup. - It does look nice. The bad - It has that finish that when you touch it, fingerprints are a bitch to get off. - It all feels weak and flimsy. I can barely bend my CM case door, this one folds no problem. The HDD rack is the same. - Cable management is also difficult due to the flimsy sides, they really bow out. The CM case would pretty much squeeze them to fit. - The top and bottom for where you can put a PSU / extra HDD's do not switch around. You would really think it would considering they are almost the same size, but you cannot put the mobile HDD rack on the bottom shelf if you move the PSU to the top, so I put them under the DVDRW instead. - It scratches really easily. All I did was remove the HDD rack. - The on button is behind the door, you have to unlock it / open it every time to turn it on. - The input board on the back does not fit, it bows outwards a little so there is a gap between the case and the board itself. - Is it really that hard to run a spellchecker? Photos: I won't be buying any of these cases again, considering I could have bought the newer CM case for less I think I'll stick with them from now on.