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Pros: Great case overall. Lots of space for cables in the back and plenty of room for a complex liquid cooling system. Mine came with six 140 mm fans (two in front, two on the bottom, one on the rear, and one on top). The LED strip on the front face and top is white. They have a really nice white/black color scheme going. The included fan hub is great and really easy to hook up. The USB and audio headers on the front are easily accessible.
Cons: Just a few defects in my opinion. When the case arrived, I noticed a few cosmetic blemishes. There was a small dent in the rear panel of the case. The side panel without the window was bent out of shape just enough that it didn't line up flush with the the rear and top panel. Additionally, the fan mounting slots at the top of the case were not entirely level. To mount additional fans there I would most likely have to forcibly bend the slots in order for the fan to rest flat. Not quite the level of craftsmanship I was expecting from an expensive case like this one and that is why I've taken off two eggs
Other Thoughts: The included pwm fan hub is controlled from one fan slot on the motherboard. This means that you cannot individually control the fans unless you use a different method than the one provided by phanteks.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: I purchased and received two of these monitors a few days ago. They worked great straight out of the box. The monitors featured auto adjustment software, a number of preset viewing "modes" (scenery mode, standard mode, etc), as well as on-board speakers with audio in and audio out ports. At about $135 each, these monitors were a great purchase for me.
Cons: As others have mentioned, the stands are a little wobbly if you intentionally jiggle the monitor. Otherwise, they are perfectly stable just sitting on my desk
Other Thoughts: Would have been nice if they had included an HDMI-HDMI cable instead of the HDMLI-MHL cable that only a select few will find useful.READ FULL REVIEW