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In my opinion, the style of this case is lacking. In Win went with a medieval theme that seems to fall a little short. With the rounded front panel, an optical drive looks a bit out of place. The front of the case is sturdy, but it just looks kind of cheap to me. I would have preferred more of a military theme. Some may think that this is being overdone, but I find that it works quite well for a computer case. Or, maybe something a little more understated, like you see in Silver Stone cases. If the medieval theme was a little more understated, it might have worked better, and not seemed so cheap. I'm also not a fan of the light-up logo either. I would prefer if there were a way to turn it off. This case goes for about $150 on New Egg right now, and I just feel that there are quite a few choices in this price range. This is a very competitive market, and In Win needs to step up their game a little if they plan to remain competitive. One of my other problems is the fact that in order to clean the dust filter, you need to remove the power supply. This is a real inconvenience. I would have liked to see the filter mounted to the bottom of the case, for easy removal, and cleaning. I would have also liked to see a removable motherboard tray as well. This feature you rarely see anymore, and that's a shame. This case has lots of fans, and the option to add quite a few more. So it would have been helpful if they had added a fan controller as well. I know that these gripes aren't going to change your mind, if you have already decided to purchase this. These are relatively minor, and are cosmetic for the most part. My only real complaint is the lack of filters on the intake fans.