After the testing period, we were left with mixed emotions. Whilst we were very impressed with the case, and the ability for it to hold a full ATX motherboard is great, we felt a bit let down by the LCD usage. There was nothing essentially wrong with it, but for the amount it adds to the cost of the case, it really needs to leave you thinking 'wow'.
Value is the biggest short full for this sort of case. The cost of the LCD's themselves rocket the price up, and with the expected price to be around the £300 mark, you've really got to want it. Unless you have fallen in love with the LCD, we would recommend going for the cheaper model, which features a VFD display. This should cost a substantial amount less, but is an identical case.
Based on just the case, this is a superb product, and we would happily recommend it to anyone looking for a HTPC. It had enough cooling for our high end rig, whilst also remaining quiet. It was a fairly simple set up, although cable management does leave a lot to be desired.
+ Can house a full ATX motherboard
+ Managed to cool our mid-range gaming rig with relative ease
+ Extremely nice looking case
+ Remote control allows you to control your pc from the sofa
* A few design flaws
* The LCD, whilst good, pushes the price up
- Routing cables neatly is difficult