Pros: Cable management, hot plug dock, fans, expansion, rugged but light.
Cons: One...USB 3.0 cables are not a header connection..no biggie.
The front panel has the USB 2.0, 3.0, 2 ports a piece, and firewire as well. Very nice Corsair, including all the ports you could ever need. The drawback was the USB 3.0 cables end with male USB ends, but a very good remedy to this is to get a USB 3.0 PCI card to plug both cables into. Simple. The case can take 3.5 and 2.5 drives with quick release trays, and of course the 4 5.25 bays allot for plenty of expansion.
For cooling, the front 200MM fan and the 120 rear are great, along with the top two 120mm fans, which I removed to fit a H100 cooler and fans with no issues of fitment. The built in control for the fans on the outside are a huge bonus.
The Corsair 650D's window could have been a little smaller to not show the power supply area, but whatever, the case is an awesome build quality, and is well thought out, and made my build very easy, and clean. $150 on Amazon, and I price matched it and got an additional $15 rebate. Firmly recommended case.