Pros: Fully modular, quiet, no vibration, 6 PCI-E cables, 2 8-pin CPU cables, almost zero ripple and spikes according to JonnyGuru, 80+ Gold
Cons: The PCI-E cables are red, where the rest of the cables are black
(Page 4) "Folks, when the worst rail is the 3.3V, and is only pushing 25mV, you know you have an exceptional unit indeed. Both the 12V and 5V rails are under 20mV, which is - no doot aboot it - excellent.
It just does not get much better than this."
Though I honestly prefer individually-sheathed cables over their heat-shrinked bundles, they routed well
The CPU cable length allowed me to route the CPU cable behind the mobo, which my previous ThermalTake modular didn't
The cables bend without me feeling like they're going to pull out of the connectors
Quiet with zero vibration, no strange smells
There was a recall on pre-October units - you can enter your S/N here: http://www.evga.com/articles/00803/
My voltage fluctuation I was reading on my mobo with my previous two Thermaltake PSUs is gone
The unit is ~1.9" wider than your traditional PSU, which looks neat
The paint is a glossy rugged finish
Comes with SIX PCI-E cables. The best part is that four of them are only 6+2, not 2x6+2
SATA cables come in both 2 and 3 port variants - great for when you have to run SATA power to your water cooling pump and don't want extra cables around