Pros: Spacious and very well manufactured
Cons: Large, heavy
First, I would like to talk about the removable motherboard tray. A great feature for any power user or system builder, the motherboard tray is able to move from the inside of the case to a table top or other area for working on anything involving the motherboard, including removing and installing PCI cards, GPUs, CPUs, and more before moving everything into the case. This allows the user to get components installed onto the motherboard before simply sliding the tray back in to continue the build.
Next up is flex bays. Flex bay is a term CaseLabs uses to mention the 5.25" bays on their cases. With many accessories available, the simple 5.25" bays become almost anything you could want, from a place to store hard drives or radiators, to fan mounts for circulating more air. Not only do the accessories allow the user to place almost anything into the 5.25" bays, the user is also able to place the accessories in nearly any spot along the front of the case, with blank placeholders for the empty spots. This allows almost limitless customization.
Finally, I would like to commend the build quality. All parts are very well powder coated to not only increase durability, but also to improve the aesthetic of the case. All parts fit perfectly together, and provide a very sturdy structure that can withstand quite a bit of force.
Overall, I would recommend the ST10 to anyone looking to build a large computer, or anyone that needs the radiator space for their build.