Pros: Plenty of room for serious systems or water cooling good bang for the buck case.
Cons: No filters and the sides are very large for press fit. The side covers are extremely difficult to remove.
The upper fan headers has been relocated to the lower section of the case. The fan header furtherest away is actually mounted backwards. I had to remove the fan and turn the fan header 180 degrees to be able to plug in a molex power connector. You can see the location of the drive bays which can hold 10 3.5 inch drives and 4 5.25 inch drives. The bottom 5.25 inch drive bay has an insert for a 2.5 inch device.
A better image looking inside the 5.25 inch drive bays. You can see the 2.5 inch adapter in here. I am not real happy that they removed the top drive bay cutout for you assuming that you will mount a CD in the top mounting location.
Another view of the top fans looking towards the back. Here you can see the optional top mount for the power supply.
This is a better view of the fan headers in the bottom of the case. You can get a better view of the mesh that is on the case. The fan is the 140mm lower drive bay fan.
A good picture of the entire inside of the case. I have removed the upper 140mm fan and the 140mm rear exhaust fan so I can get the main board into the case. You can also see the velcro strap used for the power supply.
Here you can see why I removed the fans and relocated the fan header. This is a large case and it is full of CPU's
The outside of the case and the 230mm side panel fan with a red led. You can also see the red led in the top fans.
This shows the power supply mounted in the lower mount. The red leds are visible in this pic and you can see one of the casters.
Front angle view where you can see the front red led fans and the control panel on the top.
This shows the side panel and the mesh on it. The panel is easier to see through than this picture.
Overall, I really like the case for the price. I am pleasantly surprised at the sound, I expected it to be loud. The case is not whisper quiet, but it really moves a lot of air with low overall noise. I was disappointed at how difficult it is to remove the sides. It was ridiculous. I nearly ruined the case trying to get the sides removed. More expensive cases have more easily configurable options like removable drive bays, but if that is your thing drilling out rivets is not that hard.