Interesting case design and it looks like it has both filters on the front and soundproofing on the interior. It even has a CPU socket hole which is nice and provision it looks like for a 240mm radiator or a pair of 120mm fans in the roof.
The only things I'm not sold on are the single 120mm front intake and the use of clip brackets for all of the drive bays. I mean, why not a 140mm or a pair of 120mm intakes on the front removing the two front-mounted 3.5 bays? It would help give some much needed airflow over the front of the case and they could have just used 3.5-to-5.25 adapters for the rest if needed.
And what is up with the tacky side-panel mesh screen? I mean, sure, you've got provision to mount more fans there but why not design the case that would allow the user to choose between positive or negative pressure? With the way this thing is designed there is no way to really modify the airflow since there are so many holes everywhere that prevents a "pressurized" effect at which point you may as well just leave the side panel off since it's only real function appears to keep cats or children outside of the case.
"People who object to weapons aren't abolishing violence, they're begging for rule by brute force, when the biggest, strongest animals among men were always automatically 'right'. Guns ended that, and social democracy is a hollow farce without an armed populace to make it work."
Clarissa in The Probability Broach by L. Neil Smith.