Hi all, First review, and its of the Lian Li Q08B, a mini ITX case with space for 6 (read SIX) HDDs and a full ATX power supply. Note: Time stamps are incorrect. Click to view full size! Lian Li, known for their prestige and aluminum cases, are also known for their high prices. Thus, the Q08B is a surprise, being merely $160pp. This also leads it to being a great case for mini installs. The Q08B is a great case for mini servers. Click to view full size! Click to view full size! As can be seen, the case is quite pokey, but is also relatively easy to get around in. The top HDD cage is fairly awesome, with the cage being very easy to remove, using the single thumb screw in the picture above. The bottom cage (holds 2 HDDS) is much less awesome, requiring you to remove screws from the bottom of the case. Once removed, HDDs are installed using short topped thumb screws and the rubber grommets, which I used/lost and have no spares to photograph. It's a brilliantly simple system that should be implemented more often. As can also be seen, there are two fans inside this case to improve air-flow, quite a step up from the Q07B. There are quite a few secrets to this case, in some surprising ways. UNDER the DVD drive, but in the DVD drive area, is a mounting point for a 2.5" drive, which can be installed with the DVD drive. Quite an awesome feature, though SSD-only would be my recommendation as there is no breathing room. Installing the DVD drive is accomplished by removing the whole area with two simple screws. These get hidden by the case sides once the sides are replaced. Click to view full size! With the motherboard and HDDs/DVD drive installed, the ubiquity of the case can be seen. The space is quite cramped with the power supply and I can't show much if I take a picture of it with the power supply installed. Below is a picture from the other side, and as can be seen, there isn't much space once you get it all installed. There is a fair bit of problem with cabling in this case, simply because of the space requirements. Other then that, the case is pretty awesome for a small server, and is relatively quiet provided the CPU fan doesn't need to get too fast. The two cords that go crazy from the front of the case to the back, are USB3 cables, allowing you to have USB3 at the front of the case. It also connects to a USB2 header if you don't want them poking out the back. All the front panel connectors are simple and work effectively, just like always. Both fans use 3-pin connectors and molex adaptors. The front fan has blue LEDs too. Yay. Click to view full size! Final Score: Aesthetics - 8 - Very simple and clean Lian Li Features - 8 - Back panel is a bit annoying, small features missing Install time - 6 - There is a lot of possible stuffing around with this case Cost - 9 - $160pp for a great Lian Li case is pretty good Overall - 7.75 - Recommended, but not perfect. Can I get some feedback on my review please, I'd like to do this more often, but I don't know whether people will like my reviews.