Pros: Room for watercooling, looks
Cons: Screws are hard to work with,
This case has been my choice for a MATX watercooled build due to the rad space it offers: 240 on top, 240 on front (just barely) and another 120 at the bottom as well as the great simple and modern looks.
Also, the case comes with a lot of fan filters, which is a very nice touch.
There is plenty of room for long cards by removing the top HDD cage and the stock fans are pretty decent.
The only problem I had with this case were the screws, which were extremely tight from the factory and they couldn't be screwed out, they would just turn, particularly the ones on the expansion slots. The only way to remove them was breaking them and using the case as a lever, which made the screw holes bigger and bent them, so they were basically not useful anymore. Now i need to put a bigger screw in that hole to hold the GPU.
I would have RMA'd the case but I read other people had the same issues and I though I would probably get another case with the same issues, so I kept it.
The only other issue with the case was the bottom HDD cage, which is attached to the case with rivets, which might be challenging to remove if you don't have the right tools.
Aesthetically the case would be nicer if it didn't have the side mesh for the fan, but that's a very minor complaint.
Overall I recommend this case, especially to those looking for a small watercooling case that is just a fraction of a full tower.