I hoped it wouldn't come to this, but unfortunately my current Lian Li is shit. Stylish, great looking, but still shit. Zero airflow, too thin plates resulting in vibrations and not even close to half optimal fan options. I never was into cases business much and pretty much just bought stuff someone mentioned somewhere - thus I could use some help with this. First of all, please give me a short list of quality brands I can possibly choose from (I'd just go through available products and see what I like). All I can think of is Antec and Fractal. Of course I welcome specific tips as well! Anyway this is what I take for absolute must for a case I'd buy: - three 5.25" bays minimum as I have two disks in silencer enclosures plus an optical drive. - top side 140mm fan hole which is not stupidly rectangular like with my current case where the overlapping parts of the panel create a barrier over a fan, resulting in annoying noise - generally sturdy construction that has little to no chances of creating any vibrations - solid base for motherboard so it doesn't "dive" when applying the slightest pressure - conservative looks (simple black/steel-ish box is the best) Ideally the case would also: - have red HDD led (I seriously hate all the blue stuff which seems the most common these years) - have 140mm rear fan hole (considering buying Corsair H90) - have a hole in side panel - not have front doors (I regularly kicked them off on my old Antec P182) Any recommendations? Cheers.