As much as I like this type of case, I still would like to see this case be able to handle two psus and a radiator in the top 200x400 radiator(Phobya, 200mm fan x 2) or 140x420, why? Cause there are motherboards out there that allow for example four GTX590 cards to be mounted and I don't know of any single psu that can handle more then 2 of those cards at a time as they require somewhere between 31A and 50A per card, so a second psu is needed, this would be true for those doing a Boinc Project like [email protected]
or even for those that choose to do [email protected]
, as these number crunching projects do use some video cards(Nvidia and ATi) to do the calculations, also as someone else said I wish I didn't have to drill out any rivets of the lower hdd cage just so I could install a 200mm Radiator and fan there in the front and 4 external 5.25" drive bays would be the minimum, I'd rather see 6-8, My current PC uses a HAF-932 and It has been fitted with magnetic stick on filters(DEMCi) which are magnetic stick on Medical Grade air filters and they can be simply rinsed or washed with liquid dish soap like a dish and then blotted dry, Bonus is they stick to any steel case cause of the magnetic border around the filter material and they do not need screws or tabs that will eventually get lost or break... Oh and the HAF-X has pre made DEMCi air filters already made for it, this Rosewill case does not, nor does the Xigmatek Elysium case, the filters have to be bought separately of course, but then I wouldn't think they'd be included with the case. Me I use the Demci filters as I have a cat and I live in a dusty desert area of California.
So far the only clear choice for Me is the HAF-X, It isn't perfect, as I'll have to figure out how to modify a drive bay for a 1200w psu, I'd love to put in an XSPC dual bay reservoir that I have, 2 DVD drives, a couple 2.5" hdds and a 1200w psu, but that needs 8 bays, plus a 200m Phobya radiator in the front with a fan, would be great, but probably too expensive and yep too big and heavy...
Oh and it was a nice review and You have a nice website too.