Pros: Sound-deadening, versatile fan options, modular parts, elegant design
Cons: Hot Tcase, limited room
I chose this case for its simple form factor. The brushed aluminum front, simple geometry, and lack of side cutout panel gives the case a more adult look than many other designs. Those looking to accentuate their hardware with LED-illuminated fans or colored cabling may want to look elsewhere.
Internally the case is highly modular and features many mounting options for either 120 mm or 140 mm fans. Both of the drive cages can be removed in any configuration (top, bottom, or both), a feature which I liked. Most of the fan mounts feature magnetic dust filters and one-touch removable covers to match the case. The rubber vibration-dampening grommets for the fan mounts are a nice touch but can be annoying as screws for radiators are usually not long enough to extend through the added thickness of the grommet. Additionally, the holes for the fan screws are too large, which necessitates using a washer (often not provided) or squishing the grommet in an unsightly manner. On certain motherboards the USB 3.0 header may be difficult to access due to the construction of backplane.
My main complaint with the case is likely a problem common to mid-tower cases - there is a lack of room for more complex designs. For those who water cool, a slim form factor radiator is an absolute must if top-mounting, and bottom-mounting anything larger than a 120 mm radiator is impossible without modifying the case. I have managed to jam a 240 mm radiator on the top and a 120 mm radiator on the rear exhaust. Front-mounting a 240 mm radiator may be possible with light modification of the 5.25" drive bays and removal of the drive cages.
There is comfortable room for two graphics cards and a sound card, but beyond that things start getting cramped. Due to the insulation T_case will run rather hot with stock coolers, so plan on using plenty of fans or a custom cooling loop.
Overall a good case for those looking for a no-frills look and some sound-deadening, but for maximum performance, have a look elsewhere.