Pros: Build Quality. Flexibilty. Space.
Cons: Price (IF that is a thing for what you are buying)
The case came in standard thick cardboard box with foam coating the inside. The case was pre-assembled (S8 was not) and wrapped in thick plastic with windows covered in protective paper. I can't complain about how it arrived because I opened the box, tore into it and was ready to build. The entire case was flawless, no dents or chips. Each item that was included came individually packaged in small plastics bags and clearly labeled with what they are for i.e. SSD/HDD mounting, spare parts, Motherboard stand offs and screws. There were no instructions since it was pre-build nor did I need any figure out how SSD/HDD were installed.
My first step in building this PC was to strip everything off of the case to make it just the bare bone frame. I took off the flexbay, panels, SSD/HDD mounts. It opened up the inside and I just started doing it section by section. PSU>SSD>HDD>MB>Flexbay>Wiring. I am 6'6" and have large hands, with this being a 3 slot ITX I really encountered no issues until it came to final cable management as the lower chamber did become 'full' fast with fan extension, and my custom cables.
This is a short review as the case says it all it self. I mean the price can be expensive but you honestly get what you pay for. It is the best case I have owned (same as S8). The frame is all CNC, light weight and tough. It would take me some serious effort to truly damage or bend any piece to this build. The best overall part is how modular this case is. Say you change your mind on a certain panel being a certain color, there is no issue taking just that panel off and painting it or ordering a new one. All the panels/windows/vents are sturdy and pop off with a rewarding and tactile click-pop.
Inside this case there is plently of room to do a full custom water loop especially if you buy the extra pedestal but for me it wall all air and I had plenty of room for the massive Noctua NH-D14 cooler and room to spare. Really for an ITX case the possiblities are endless.
Cases I have worked with (Caselabs are now my favorite):
-Corsair Air 540
-Phanteks Enthoo Primo
Below are links to the store page and my personal build log of the case that has a pictures of it.
A+, 10/10, Two Thumbs up
My options for reference are:
Standard Window with ventilation
PSU Support (not needed but peace of mind)
Drop in mount with no drop in.
Gunmetal all around