Got my case yesterday, it's very nice though a bit bigger than I was expecting, but I think it's just that the width makes it appear deceiving and bigger than it actually is. It truly does dominate my small desk, though looks quite nice with my new 27" monitor (my old FT02 was kept on the floor).
No pictures yet, I'll have to take some later when I get home as I finished so late last night. My window panel IS warped and marked up as other people have previously reported in this thread, so I suppose I'll contact Corsair soon to see if I can get a replacement, hopefully for free. Also, the USB cable is too short to reach the header on my motherboard, so I ordered this
extension cable for it (why are USB 3.0 header extensions so hard to find? That is one of only TWO I could find in black, the other one being three times as expensive). Fortunately the audio and button/LED cables were each long enough to connect without issue.
The complete build is:
-Carbide Air 540 of course
-5x Noctua NF-A14 fans (2 input, 3 output. All are using the low noise adapter to undervolt them, may switch out the top two exhaust to use the ultra LNA adapters to better even out pressure)
-ASrock P67 Extreme6
-Intel Core i7-2600k (not overclocked, yet. That's my next plan)
-Noctua NH-D14 CPU heatsink
-8GB G-Skill Ripjaws X
-EVGA GTX 780 Superclocked w/ ACX Cooler
-Samsung 840 Pro 128GB SSD
-Western Digital Caviar Black 1TB HDD
-Samsung Blu-Ray drive
-Asus DVD burner
No lights or anything though. This is my first case with a window! After seeing it mentioned in this thread I may look into getting the NZXT Hue and give up the DVD burner as I rarely burn anything these days. Also unlike many here I'm still stuck on archaic old air cooling, I'm too nervous about it to try water cooling.