Joined on 05/14/12
Pros: Very configurable, took a little while to find the right fit for my hand but I did get it. Sensitivity quick setting button comes in wicked handy Precision aim is beautiful when doing fine detail in photoshop. Braided cable is much nicer than a stiff rubber wire. Reprogrammable buttons come in handy Smooth and precise, I have had no issues with tracking, or cursor runaway as others have, I honestly think they are moving when they click, and runaway isn't typically a mouse issue.
Cons: the thumb wheel could use some more customization options vs keystrokes.
Overall Review: I really enjoy this mouse, I am used to buying cheapy mice from walmart and having them feel uncomfortable, breakable. This feels like a good solid unit, with plenty of customization options. I recommend it.
Definitely not what was expected
Pros: 1. Low price 2. Size & Weight 3. # of HD bays isn't bad 4. Not terrible to look at, I have seen worse.
Cons: 1. Cheap & flimsy 2. Fan room (top fans hit things or block important connectors/DIMM clips) 3. HD bays came to me bowed in the middle, causing the drives to be too loose (can't bend it back it is riveted that way), no screw holes for backup (unless you make them yourself) 4. Only 1x 2.0 and 1x 3.0 port in front, 2 of each would be more practical considering they either (in 2.0) occupy half the connector, or (in 3.0) waste half the potential of the ICC header. 5. Really not happy that they don't supply, or even offer on their site as extras, the extra tool-less clips for the bays, there is no screw option unless you drill yourself, yet they don't supply the clip for all the bays, just a few. 6. The cutout in the back wasn't long enough, or placed right to replace my CM N520 without complete motherboard removal.
Overall Review: I would avoid this case, seriously there is better for around this price. Skip it, unless your jut building a quickie machine not designed for high performance and want a mildly nifty looking case, just keep shopping.