Customer was about to buy an all in one PC and spend $1,800 on it. I was able to put this little beauty together and save them some money. I could have went MUCH cheaper but the customer had to have WLAN and bluetooth, and also had a list of quarks. All of that led to a more expensive PC than should have been.
Customer was very picky about it not being a big tower. ATX mid Tower was too big, according to them, even most micro cases were too much. The customer ended up picking this one even though it costs $100. I tried convincing them otherwise, but that was a no go.
Despite the towers small size, it is actually one of the best I have worked with. The MOB tray can be easily removed so that you can perform all the work outside the case. The HDD cage is removable and there is a single HDD cage at the bottom if you have longer SATA power cables this would be a great option and would allow the front fan to provide unimpeded air flow. This case can easily take a single HDD and a SDD without having to use the large 4 HDD cage.
The cable management options are great, and there is PLENTY of space between the side panel and MOB tray. There are also a plethora of tie down points behind the MOB. Longer SATA3 cables would be a plus as well.
The case even has support brackets for both a large CPU cooler and GPU that are removable and fully adjustable. There is also a version of this case with a window. However, this particular customer was not interested in having anything flashy, so no LED fans in this case.
I am proud of this build, it is just too bad that no one will get to observe my efforts. In the end I made some money so that is good. More pics to come.