Okay, so I have been thinking about my build plans, and while I definitely have a Caselabs TH10 case in my future, I really don't want my entire build to have to wait until I have $700 for the TH10... So I have been browsing the egg, and I have just fallen in love with the NZXT Switch 810! I have never seen a "traditional" style case that has such immense modularity for $169, with the only case coming close being the 800D at twice the price. The fact that it holds 10 140mm fans when loaded up, and supports a 360/420/480mm radiator in the top with room for push-pull fans(!!!), and a 240/280 rad in the bottom, with a second 280 in front with very mild modification is incredible! The case would appear to have fantastic cable management options as well, which is extremely important for my OCD-self. The 6 3.5 drive bays + 1 3.5/2.5 hotswap bay, and the full complement of 5.25 bays means that I would run out of SATA ports before I run out of interior bays. Even if I have to remove the bottom 3.5 cage, I can easily get a 4x3.5-into-1x5.25 bay adapter, and still have 2 5.25 bays open for reservoir/pump... The best part is that I can get it for $135 (and I have another $10 off), so $125 + free shipping for the case... I am really having a hard time not hitting "buy" right now, but I really would like to hear what you all have to say, your opinions and especially experience, and if you have the case I would really like to hear what you think! I have until 11:59pm to decide, or the price is back to $170... Sorry for the frantic posting. Secondly, I am looking at buying an NZXT power supply, as the same deal applies... The two I am looking at the hardest are: - NZXT HALE82 HALE82-850-M 850W ATX12V / EPS12V SLI Certified CrossFire Ready 80 PLUS BRONZE Certified Modular Power Supply ($109 after MIR, for a total of about $85) - NZXT HALE90-750-M 750W ATX 12V v2.2, EPS 12V v2.91 80 PLUS GOLD Certified Modular Active PFC Power Supply ($128 total) The HALE90 only has 4 total PCI-E power connectors, while the HALE82 has 6. However the former is 80+ Gold, the other being bronze... The third option is the 850W HALE90 which is 80+ Gold and has six PCI-E power connectors. It would be a total of $144 shipped. I am also stuck with having to decide before midnight or losing the sale... Considering the savings are almost $100, I really don't want to pass this up. Would that extra money for the 850W HALE90 be a good idea, considering the Gold rating and 2 more PCI-E connectors? Is there any way to figure out roughly how much I would save with gold vs bronze in energy costs? I am really favoring the white case, as I think it looks classy with the black contrast, and I like the uniqueness. The HALE90 would obviously match that choice better, but I care more about the above than color-coding... I really appreciate your feedback, and your help! I really want to pull the trigger, but I can't do it without hearing from you all first!