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Pros: Good looking case.
Cons: Cable management is next to impossible in this case. Case feels a little flimsier than similarly priced case by other brands.
Other Thoughts: This is the first build I did with a Silverstone casand it will be my last. The case -- advertised as an ATX mid- tower case -- did not come with enough stand-off screws for my ATX motherboard (6 supplied instead of 9). I called Silverstone and they basically told me i could purchase more standoff screws if i wanted them. Luckily i had some left from a previous build. The "tool less" design of the 5.25/3.5 bays is not a very sturdy design. I still had to use screws to hold the optical drives in place. The front external 3.5' bay is very frustrating to setup because it requires the use of a flimsy 3.5" to 5.25" adapter. Cable management was also a pain. Once everything was finally installed in the case it does look pretty good. But working with this case was probably my most frustrating build.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Easy to install. Works with my existing software. I like that it is a slot loading drive, rather than a tray loading drvie.
Cons: This drive is sold as an "OEM" drive, which means that it does not come with any software. If you don't have blu-ray software on your computer, you will have to purchase separate software.READ FULL REVIEW