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interesting what he says

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KLTu1...ilpage#t=2802s
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But can you put a safe in it?

He speaks the truth.
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I remember that one
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Between Caselabs and Mountain Mods, Caselabs gets the nod on looks and possibly build quality. Really the top three "dream tier" is made up of Little Devil, Case Labs and Mountain mods. While I am not a fan of Mountain Mods looks, they have a real website that actually does a great job of showing you the different configurations and gear available. Mountain mods has been around for awhile too, which hopefully means they will be around to offer support and replacement parts for awhile.

CaseLabs looks really good but they don't have a very long track record, and they don't have a website that shows much of anything. Even the thread here is kind of lacking and leaves alot to the imagination. Hopefully in September they close that hole. I originally dismissed them as too expensive but they are more affordable then little devil and seems like their quality warrants the premium. Plus I like the look of them a lot more then Mountain mods.

Out of the three, I would give Little Devil the win for best looks. They have more color options so they edge out CaseLabs in that match up. I am going to work up the nerve to buy either a Caselabs or a Little Devil come Christmas time I think.
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Between Caselabs and Mountain Mods, Caselabs gets the nod on looks and possibly build quality. Really the top three "dream tier" is made up of Little Devil, Case Labs and Mountain mods. While I am not a fan of Mountain Mods looks, they have a real website that actually does a great job of showing you the different configurations and gear available. Mountain mods has been around for awhile too, which hopefully means they will be around to offer support and replacement parts for awhile.

CaseLabs looks really good but they don't have a very long track record, and they don't have a website that shows much of anything. Even the thread here is kind of lacking and leaves alot to the imagination. Hopefully in September they close that hole. I originally dismissed them as too expensive but they are more affordable then little devil and seems like their quality warrants the premium. Plus I like the look of them a lot more then Mountain mods.

Out of the three, I would give Little Devil the win for best looks. They have more color options so they edge out CaseLabs in that match up. I am going to work up the nerve to buy either a Caselabs or a Little Devil come Christmas time I think.
Not sure what you're talking about or where you get your info.

CaseLabs has sold over 200 cases. Possibly over 300 at this point. For being an enthusiast-grade case manufacturer with zero marketing budget and selling only through OCN, that's pretty insane numbers.

Their track record has been nothing but stellar. Any small issues that have popped up along the way they've rectified immediately, and their customer service is top notch.

Not to mention, CaseLabs is a trial company spun off a larger company that builds server enclosures for large-scale companies like IBM, NASA, etc...

You can round out the top 5 enthusiast case mfgs here:
(no particular order)
MurderBox
CaseLabs
Little Devil
Abee
Lian Li.
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Not sure what you're talking about or where you get your info.

CaseLabs has sold over 200 cases. Possibly over 300 at this point. For being an enthusiast-grade case manufacturer with zero marketing budget and selling only through OCN, that's pretty insane numbers.

Their track record has been nothing but stellar. Any small issues that have popped up along the way they've rectified immediately, and their customer service is top notch.

Not to mention, CaseLabs is a trial company spun off a larger company that builds server enclosures for large-scale companies like IBM, NASA, etc...

You can round out the top 5 enthusiast case mfgs here:
(no particular order)
MurderBox
CaseLabs
Little Devil
Abee
Lian Li.
I guess it's all relative then. They do have a stellar record, just not as lengthy as lets say Mountain Mods, who I can see by their website have been in business since at least 2004, possibly longer but that's as far as I saw on their website gallery. Please don't take any offense to my musings, I was only considering what the short term and long term might be. It would be great for CaseLabs to include the information you mentioned on their official website whenever it goes live.
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