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Pros: Plenty of room for components
Inexpensive after rebate
Good air flow
Cons: Thin gauge metal
Need screwdriver to remove panels and components
Front panel is cumbersome to remove
Drive Bay Panels aren't easy to remove / replace
Other Thoughts: After using Antec 300 cases for a few builds,I must've been spoiled. Antec had thicker metal, toolless drive swaps, and panel removal, basically solid around in comparison.
If you're building a PC not to touch it again as ... it's fine. But if you add / remove component and like to tinker inside the box from time to time, this case is a bummer.
I wish I paid $ 40 or $ 50 bucks for another Antec over the V3 I picked up for $25 locally after rebate
Pros: * Ran solidly for 3.5 years running 24/7
* Ran quietly
* Modular design
* PSU died peacefully without damaging rest of PC components
Cons: * This was the first PSU I've had die on me.
* Just died 7 months out of warranty
Other Thoughts: I'd buy this model again at the right price.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Joseph Abboud J04295/01 Leather Trifold Wallet
Pros: Nice looking wallet
It holds cash
Cons: Too Narrow to hold anything you'd put in a wallet besides cash
* Business cards don't fit
* Credit Cards don't fit
* Drivers license doesn't fit in ID window ( Unless you never want to take it out )
Other Thoughts: The slots are too narrow on the wallet. If you want to wadge your Credit cards or Photo ID into the wallet, you may be able to do it .. if you don't mind damaging the wallet in it's first use.
You maybe could use the plastic insert for your cards, but I usually pitch those. I am still looking for a replacement. I can't use this wallet for my needs. Still using my worn out wallet til I find a new one.