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Pros: Good color and more than adequate for a workstation computer. The base assembly was simple and the unit is lightweight.
Cons: After I hooked it up, I pushed the power button and got nothing. Several more attempts with the same results and even tried plugging it in to 2 different outlets. I was almost ready to start the RMA process when I gave it one more try, pushing the button in and jiggling side to side at the same time. Low and behold, it worked. Tried a few more times and every time I had to push the button in and nudge it to the right. I doubt that this is standard operating procedure.
Other Thoughts: I keep the monitor powered on and it goes into standby when the computer is turned off, so fiddling with the power button is no longer an issue.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Stylish. The drive bays use a lock system rather than screws, which makes drive installations simple. No problem with front panel cables; they were long enough to reach all board connectors. Plenty of standoffs, screws, etc.
Cons: Only one fan (blue - didn't want color fan) which is intake. Fortunately, I had a spare 120MM lying around. The screws in the side panel (opposite side from window) were difficult to screw in and the panel would not release. I pulled so hard that I feared bending the case. I also found the case to be a bit flimsier than Antecs I previously purchased.READ FULL REVIEW