I ordered this case through Amazon via "I Love Fashion and Tech." The case was shipped promptly, but arrived damaged as UPS apparently had an unfortunate interaction with gravity. "I Love Fashion and Tech" did replace the unit, although I will point out that from initiating the return to receipt of an intact case took over 3 weeks, of which the case was in the retailers hands for a week with no discernible action. But, I whine.
I will further point out that the damage incurred on the initial unit is directly related to the less than perfect assessment of the case. The shipping container (brown corrugated cardboard containing the retail box) appeared undamaged. On extracting the case from the box, a bit of plastic fell out. I had that feeling like in a horror film when they say, lets split up! we'll cover more ground...
On inspection the plastic front panel had been broken off the pins that hold it into the main case. The hinged fan doors (that swing open for easy filter cleaning... which is cool!) would not shut.
This is my concern: the design includes a front panel that can be popped off the case to access the 5" and 3.5" bays. It is held on by six pins and three magnets. It is a little fragile.
When I got the replacement case, I inspected in minutely. I popped off the front panel; it took a fair amount of force. The pins and fan doors were intact. The 3 magnets which are glued onto the case frame all popped loose. The panel still closes tightly, and I can access some glue if I need to, so it was not a deal breaker.
The bad: the front panel is underengineered to function as advertised.
The good: plenty of room, no sharp edges, excellent cable management, the best documentation for building a computer I have ever run across, sturdy case other than the front panel, and utterly silent. Sharp looking case, mature and refined. I love the front panel division into two doors, the upper to access the 5" bays (i.e., your optical drive, likely undergoing heavy use during build and software installation), and a lower door to open the front fans to the ambient air.
The neutral: there are two manual fan control sliders, attached to cables. There are A1-A3 two pin connections and B1-B3 two pin connections, as well as a molex connector with two pins. I couldn't figure out how to use them, so I tucked them away.
Conclusion: the best case I have ever used. I have only built a limited number of computers, 5 or 6 for personal use and for friends; this is the first case that clearly made the build easier. The front panel is a weak point, so check it carefully, and remove it carefully if you need to. Recommended with no reservation, only a mild cautionary note. Go get one.