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Pros: Solid look and feel. Really looks like a solid piece
Cons: Comfort, buttons
Other Thoughts: Issues:
Very poor ergo.
If hand is far enough forward, fingers hang off the end. Edges are hard and squared, this is not comfortable.
If had is far enough back that the shape of the mouse isn't a problem, then only the rear few side buttons are accessible by thumb.
Left buttons have a lot of travel and are stiff. Top buttons are very, very light. It's nearly impossible to click the thumb buttons without clicking the top buttons (main buttons...) clamping down on the mouse with your pinkie helps, but hello carpal tunnel syndrome.
It feels like my hands are way too big and way too small at the same time.
This review is from: Antec Three Hundred Illusion Black Steel ATX Mid Tower Computer Case
Pros: Inexpensive. Very nice pro look. Fairly small for what it can contain.
Cons: Optical drives hang over motherboard, making several useless (unless you have short drives.)
*Extremely* bad HDD noise with high RPM drives. The slots are tight and not on rails so there is no option to dampen the hard drive mounting. I didn't realize my WD Raptor made noise - but in this case it is loud enough to be extremely distracting.
HDD orientation is trouble, too, if you have a good video card.
Many motherboards power connectors require the cable be stretched diagonally across the case.
Very poor cable management.
Pros: It has a microphone jack.
Cons: It has terrible mic support.
Other Thoughts: Woah, wish I had found this earlier! The Xonar as abysmal mic support. If you plan to use it for this, you should also plan to hold the mic against your mouth and shout into it!READ FULL REVIEW