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My main problem with the original armor was the problem in fitting an eatx workstation motherboard into the system. Depending on the motherboard, 2 screw holes are slightly off, causing a slight bend if you install all the screws. The "vent holes" next to the drive trays should also be large enough to fit molex connectors. The top mounted I/o port cables are also a little short, making for a little creativity trying to hide the wires. Again this depends on the motherboard. My only other real gripe is the cheap Styrofoam shipping pieces. 30% of the Armors we get, the foam stuff is in pieces and the cases are bent. We never ship them out in the same box.

Personally, put the psu mount in the bottom and I would buy it.
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Hard DriveOptical DriveOSMonitor
WD2500JS NEC DVD+-RW Windows XP SP3 2x LG L226WTX 22" widescreen 
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Ideazon Merc Stealth Ultra Atx 600 Cooler Master CM690 Logitech Mx 518 
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