Overall, I'm quite happy with the Microfly. This, of course comes after using it for a few days on end as a "Daily Driver" type of machine. It's sturdy, and has enough airspace that cooling is decent, without forward intake. On the whole, while there may have been qualms during the installation phase, things are working out nicely, and I'm quite happy with this case. Though it's inbuilt PSU did exhibit some disturbing mood shifts, it was stable when gaming on a heavily overclocked Athlon 64 and 6800GT, which is nice to see, especially after hours of gaming without a hiccup. For users with long videocards, and a thirst for space, I'm going to give this little guy a nod. But, for what's worth more, if you have the interest (or the time), you can fit a full sized watercooling kit into this case - something which I don't have the gall to do quite yet. For you readers always wanting more, there will be a feature coming up soon, showing off Corsair's Nautilus 500 and this case, and of course, which modifications you'll have to make to get it to play nice with their SLI blocks. So, dear readers, if you're in the market for a Micro-ATX case, give this little guy a look. I'm happy with it, and usually that's something hard to get from me in a case.