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Pros: Large, Quiet, Convenient. Huge air flow right out of the box, and gamers can easily add more cooling. Cable routing is excellent.
Cons: My only con from my earlier review was I didn't own one. I have now fixed that.
Other Thoughts: I also wrote that you need a PS with really long cables. That was a mistake. The case comes with an extension for the ATX cable. I was thinking that I had pulled one out of my cable drawer but it may have been from inside the box. If you hurry there is also a $25 rebate.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Huge, convenient, and clean installation. No need to ever open the case covers until time to upgrade. Outstanding quiet airflow as is, can also be supplemented with 2 additional fans or a liquid system
Cons: I don't own one.
Other Thoughts: I used this case to build a new system for a friend of mine. The idea is to have a system that can clone system hdds quickly and easily. The top mounted SATA port makes this the absolute best build I have ever done. Warning! You must have a PS that has long power cables to reach the 6 or 8 pin connectors on your motherboard. Almost all wiring is routed under the motherboard pan for a really neat installation.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Seems to look and work exactly like my USB cable out of the iPhone 5S box
Cons: None so far.
Other Thoughts: A friend of mine gave me 3 similar USB cables that he had ordered somewhere else. He told me that they work on iPhone 5 but do not work on 5C or 5S phones. I gave them to people who have the plain 5 phone.READ FULL REVIEW