My website and web applications have been able to get ~300-1000 views a day, so I've decided that I should finally invest in a home server instead of just using Raspberry Pis. Since I'm used to Raspberry Pis, I decided that I would only need a system with Ubuntu Server so it could be relatively simple (no video card) - but I would want it with as many cores as possible to take advantage of NGINX workers and the parallelization of my web apps. I also wanted it to be relatively inexpensive, but relatively powerful.
I haven't finished the build (the processor is still on its way), but so far it definitely meets my expectations! Its been pretty easy to keep things neat and tidy thanks to this case. There is a nice little compartment where a lot of cables can be kept (see picture).
I really like this case - its so nice to be able to remove all the panels from every direction and orient the case in any orientation. I think it has really helped with keeping my cables from turning into a rats nest.
That being said, the PSU installation was not so simple. The directions are extremely concise, which is okay, except it took me about a half hour to figure out how to"Secure the bracket with the case by locking hook". It turns out the hole for the locking hook was nearly impossible to find. I eventually found it between the PSU and the HDD panel which in no way represents the accompanying figure.
Still, I would totally buy this case again! Its pretty well constructed, sturdy, and makes for a really clean build! I recommend.