This case is not much cheaper than the GD-09 of my old PC that I was replacing with my first self build. Silverstone recommends using a PSU no larger than 140mm. I would strongly suggest something smaller. I used a modular small form one (EVGA).which was about 100mm. Whereas being more expensive, this made cabling a lot easier and tidier. This was further helped by being able to use the space under the DVD cage for both routing cables and storing excess. I was able to use this space as I only required storage using the M.2 slot on the Mobo, and a 3.5" drive mounted on the front right cage. Fitting 4 80mm fans is a squeeze, but as the manual states - fit the outside 2 first, and then work the other 2 in. In addition to the aforementioned I also used a 24 pin cable and a CPU 8 pin cable extensions to take the cables around the Mobo rather than over it (remember there is no back panel for routing cables behind). The quality of the case is not quite to that of the GD-09, but never-the less it's still plenty good enough. I wanted a compact, low profile case that would slot under my somewhat ancient Hi-Fi Amp and CD player without looking out of place. I am very happy with the result, especially having managed a comparatively neat and tidy internal build in such a smallish space.