Too....much....plastic. This thing was taken out of Thermaltake's book. Also, it uses 80mm fans, why? And the general structure of it is just...weird. HDDs should have been two stacks of three, with the PSU in the lower compartment as well. Maybe it would make the case slightly taller, but separate the PSU from the motherboard and allow for an eATX motherboard tray and rear panel.
I actually love the looks, and if it was fully metal (with alum used for the "gundam" parts) it would've been even better looks wise (also, a lot more expensive), but there's just too many "why?!" decisions in this design.
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