That's the first time I've seen you so irrational. And that's why I'm writing this. It could not be more apparent that you have something against it, that fills you with such hate. On low, it's barely audiable while maintaining almost the same performance. The Tri-Cool fans are the same ones used in the p190, and I could not be happier with it, and with them. Only my S-FLEX fans have an overall better CFM/dbA rating. It would be hard to disagree on personal taste if only the Twelve Hundred wasn't so objectively sharp-looking, sleek and stylish. The front is excellent, the sides and window and great, the top part is much better than the Nine Hundred, and overall it's one of the best looking cases I've ever seen. Even better than my p190 or the infamous Stacker 810. Honestly, if you claim to find this case unattractive, I cannot trust a single word you say. Absolutely absurd comment. 1. The fact that it's the 21st century has nothing to do with people wanting to use two CPUs. Infact, due to Quad-Core CPU's, I'd say the fact that it's the 21st century makes EATX motherboards obselete, if not for serious, professional, multi-thread using CAD and 3D applications. 2. EATX is the least popular motherboard standard. I don't know a single person who owns an EATX motherboard. They are expensive, require registered RAM, and are mostly useless regarding my comment above. 3. Almost all cases support standard ATX motherboards only. Ragging on a case for not supporting EATX is like going down on the 790i Ultra SLi motherboard for not having PCI-X slots. Both are about equally used.. infact, it's an identical situation.