Originally Posted by imersa
Once you do one edge it starts to look bad IMO. But we can do some tests.
The feet thing is a bit much. If you are just pushing a 40KG ATX build around on an expensive table you don't want to scratch that seems mental if its an acrylic case or a Steel case.
We will run some more tests but once you've handled the case once or twice you easily learn not to get any cuts or scratch anything. I had Magnus
on my antique desk at home and had no problems, not a single mark.
When it comes to the feet, so does it depend on the design of the case. Some can be lifted straight up, others needs to be tilted at one end to get grip on the other.
Over all weight also matter, since its harder to resist slide the case in place when its on the real heavy side.
As for sharp edges, I dont mind them being there for the looks, but if you need something on your arms every time you move it, then its not worth it.
I have had a case like that before, where only way to carry it, was to have something between you and the case or you would need bandage afterwards.