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but I truly believe our cases are superior in just about every way. I have a U2-UFO here, so I know what they offer firsthand.
Our cases are much stronger and will hold up to years of use. This is largely why the TH10 is our #1 seller. Many of them have been sold to former Extended Ascension owners who were dissatisfied with the structural integrity of their cases.
Our box frame design is extremely rigid and allows the doors to swing open freely - no screws. The covers detach quickly (tooless). The case can be stripped down (removing covers and door) in under a minute. Our "Flex-Bay" system is far superior the the 5.25 bays they offer. Their HDD mounts are... somewhat lacking in design
Maybe it's just me, but their case is just too "Sheetmetal 101" for me and lacking any design finesse.
One could argue that their cases have a very flexible layout. That's true, but at the cost of not providing much in the way of internal structure. Our cases are very "plug and play" and yet allow tremendous flexibility in the the build layout. We have a much broader array of accessories.
I think ours look better, but beauty is in the eye of the beholder
I'll put it another way, if we sold the UFO at the same level of markup as the M8, it would go for about $200. That's not a knock against MM. They're actually doing it "right" by having enough margin for retailers, marketing, etc. We knew that if we were going to enter this market we had to offer something substantially better for a similar price. By offering our cases at their current prices, we get market share and our customers get a very good value; a win-win
In short, MM is the reason we started this venture..