Originally Posted by KyesaRRi
My brother has the black and red version of this case.
The handle broke when he was carrying it to a mates place for a LAN, luckily it was barely off the ground so no damage was caused.
The interior could do with an overhaul as its very dated. The panels use one of the worst ways of connecting to the body of the case, some panels use what looks like woodscrews; other parts use some sort of sheet metal budding rose (best description i could think of) that bends out of shape too easily. Overall the exterior aesthetics are not too bad for some but the case itself is a POS. For that price get a SilverStone Silverstone TJ08-E
Your brother must have mishandled the case wrong. We still have early prototype versions of the case in the office and the handles work just fine. You have to lock the handles in place before moving it around or else the weight of the case will be supported between the space of the plastic and metal instead of just metal. The interior has been changed, as we've switched to using a removable side wall instead of the full drive cage.
The panels connect like a number of cases aligning the tabs on the top and bottom and a slight shift to the front of the case. In my email notification, you say we use some sort of wooden screws? We have never used wood in our cases; all screws have been metal. The TJ08 is a great case, but mind you it's a mATX case without any carrying handles. You compare a different form factor, and a case with different intentions and style.