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Pros: Small and very well made and can fit Standard ATX PS2 power supply (Recommend a modular one). Also can fit a 120mm Radiator with a push pull configuration. Overall a very good Small Factor Case.
Cons: None really except it's real tight to work with but that was expected for the size of athe case. And if your going to put a full size Video card in it like I did (EVGA gtx 780 Classified) You'll have to do a slight modification so you will be able to hook the power to the Video Card more easily. Read other thoughts on how I did it.
Other Thoughts: If you're not familiar with the EVGA GTX 780 Classified? It's a beast of a card only because it's much taller than most other cards. It will fit in the case but connecting power to it was horrendous until I did this slight mod. What I did was remove the stud/separator block connecting the the top rail to the 5.25 drive bay by drilling out the rivets. I highly recommend that you do this first before doing your build as there will be metal shavings from drilling the heads of the rivets off so that you don't run into shorting any thing out in the future. After your done be sure to blow out the case with air.
I hope this helps anyone that is planning on putting a EVGA GPU with a ACX Cooler or any other card that is tall in height.