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Pros: Cheap. With everything installed, it is still lighter than a laptop. No annoying case gimmicks.
Cons: I haven't used and don't trust the power supply to run anything I care about. The screws included are ridiculously cheap - be careful not to over-tighten them. Metal bends very easily. No cable management - but I knew that when I bought it.
Other Thoughts: Flaws and all, I am actually pretty happy with this case. It looks good and the install was painless.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Tool-less. Easy to fiddle with. Reasonably good cooling for my drives. Holds two SSDs. Very well made. Enough side-mounting holes that I can tune where it sits in the 3.5" bay.
Cons: Tight fit getting it into my 3.5" bay - shaved a little plastic off getting it in. Will not work with angled connectors - the connectors for two drives are too close together for them to fit. This is just my preference, but I do not like that the 2.5" drives sit so far forward - my cables have to go farther and the connectors not being in line with my 3.5" drives puts stress on the power connectors of the SSDs in the cradle and the drives above/below it.
Other Thoughts: I'm a buyer when it's on sale for one picture of Mr. Lincoln - any more than that is more than I feel the minor convenience of it being tool-less is worth.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Reasonably priced. Looks good installed.
Cons: Got the SCSI error when burning a disc that is common with this drive. The registry repairs you can find online/on M$ were unsuccessful. Forced to wait an hour for chat support to say there is nothing to do but RMA it. Too bad as I was otherwise happy with the drive.
Other Thoughts: I am losing confidence in ASUS. Seems like their hardware is 50/50 anymore.READ FULL REVIEW