A mesh front case with RGB fans and space for those who want a DVD drive, and the fashionable PSU basement shroud. One of a limited number of reasonably attractive cases with provision for an optical drive.
The bad points:
First, the elephant in the room, the picture is misleading in interpretation, as while the fans are RGB adjustable, they are not ARGB rainbow. On the plus side, they do provide a decent amount of illumination inside the case, as well as showing through the mesh.
There is a gap which allows the fans to recycle from the inside instead of drawing from the front, so it really needs a rear fan fitted to ensure it draws air through.
HDD mounts in the basement are awkward, not tool-less, and can really only be reached to get one screw in with the PSU removed (to get a screw in the other side would require removing the front panel and the lower fan).
Do I regret choosing this... no, it fits the bill quite well if you insist on having a DVD, and while there are better options (such as the CIT G-force which puts the optical drive behind a door - good when closed but ugly when open), they are more expensive.
This case also looks ok with the mesh plate which fills the optical drive in place (and with care, you can unclip the plate without destroying it, so it can be refitted if required), but there is really no point in this case if you don't need that bay.