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Pros: It's a nice looking case and the metal feels solid with no sharp edges or burs.
The ATV12V power supply works well with the Intel mini-ITX motherboards which is why I purchased this case.
Cons: Mounting the hard disk was tricky given the space and IDE cable constraints.
The small case size doesn't dampen drive vibration like a larger case, so I'm going to use grommets on the drive mounting screws to resolve that.
The plastic in the front panel is softer and thinner than other cases I've used.
Other Thoughts: All small form factor cases are cramped, so your system build may be a little more challenging than with a larger case.
I found taking out the power supply and putting it in at the end made it much easier to work on the cables.
This review is from: Crucial 1GB 240-Pin DDR2 SDRAM DDR2 533 (PC2 4200) System Memory Model CT12864AA53E
Pros: One gig of RAM for not much money from a reliable vendor.
Other Thoughts: It worked great for me with with Intel's D201GLY motherboard.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Low cost, low power consumption, small form factor, and good performance. Legacy ports are handy since I needed them for my application.
Cons: Only one IDE channel, SiS chipset instead of Intel GMA.
Other Thoughts: A driver patch will get the SiS video working under Linux, but it won't support Compiz Fusion's eye candy. Not a big deal, but something to keep in mind.READ FULL REVIEW