Finally got her up and running
Not sure whether I'm going to move the fan controller up top or not and still have some cable management to do
There are some slight design flaws I found with the case some may just be based on preference,
First is the fan/drive bay would be nice if you could keep the fans at the front but the drives facing like they do as stock, this would make for better cable management at the rear instead of having to try and find a way to manage them without restricting airflow from the front intakes.
Second are the screw holes, they need some better machining, most of the intended screws are incredibly difficult to screw in flush with the case, some of the motherboard screws wouldn't go in completely even with the tool, one of them (motherboard screw, not case screw hole) has lost its thread after only 10 minutes of use (had to unscrew the mobo and reinstall) and when I come to screw it back the thread has worn away completely
Needs a couple of small holes for cable ties at the rear, the rear fan cable is tricky to tie up unless you tie it to the fan itself and then thread it through the hole up top. Same with the front for tidying up all the loose cables you end up with when you turn the fans to face front.
More space top would be welcome too, when you're running a massive heatsink there's not much space up top with that 200mm fan to mess with screws and the heatsink fan cables so they're not touching the top fan
Apart from these issues though (maybe I got a flawed case that wasn't spotted by quality control) I'm impressed with the case and still glad I bought it