Just got this and promptly added a test PC. Taking the bracket for the PSU out was necessary - I'm testing with an AX1200 which is a /really/ tight fit. Don't forget to put the mains power cable in first before tightening it back down. Also: I took one of the crossbars out to run the power cable extension inside... that was another 10 screws. I like that it's ******* together, not riveted. I like the look. I will be fitting a couple of 140s to the front, as seen elsewhere, and I'll be replacing the noisy centre wall fans, probably with some Noctua Industrials as they'll give serious flow while hitting 30dB. Annoyance: the USB2 cable section of the USB3 cables from the front (there's a "y" after the USB3 connector for the M/B) - that's way too short for my older B75 board. It's only a test, not sure how much of an annoyance this will be. That and the fact that the LCD is powered with Molex, which I simply don't have on the cable set for this PSU at the moment. Why not SATA? So far, so good. Downsides: DPD was poor with the emails requesting customs payments. Felt like a phish, wasn't. But speedy delivery, can't complain about that, and very nicely boxed.
I've fitted this case with an E-ATX motherboard and 2 * 2080 super graphics cards, fits nicely and the cross bar holds the cards in place very well for transport. The centre wall with the 120mm fans will hold a corsair h100i aio water cooler if you are going down that route for cpu cooling. delivery was fast with good tracking info
Delivery was amazingly quick and very smooth. Product is excellent, and great value, but a few tweaks would make it even better; 1. Drive cages could be beefier - no reason why they could not stack 5 drives 2. Front panel fan mounts would be appreciated 3. Its a 12 slot rear end, which is great, but there's space for 2 more slots! I made a quick first impressions video with ideas on how to solve these shortcomings https://youtu.be/WUyDNu7jOyY