I think that this case is amazing however has its flaws. From first impressions the corsair lighting and fan control system is great being easy to set up and always working perfectly and i am yet to find any flaws with it. As for the actual case the glass panels look really nice and have been very durable not picking up any scratches, however being tempered glass will pick up lots of fingerprints. The main chassis is where some of my disappointment lies. Being a very expensive case at 230 i would like to see some higher quality construction than the thin steel construction. Some thicker steel or even better aluminium construction to match that on the glass side panels would have been much better at this price point. The cheap steel construction even has components that look like they are from other case models which wouldnt be a problem if they were still used by the case design, however this cas has a hinged side panel yet still has the slots to put on a normal sliding panel which just looks strange as it can be seen through the glass. As an expensive case it is likely that someone would purchase a high end E-ATX motherboard however the largest motherboards this case supports are ATX motherboards which is disappointing. I think it would also be nice if this case was a little longer so that there could be a bigger space at the front to allow for thick radiators and big reservoirs for custom watercooling without feeling cramped or not being able to fit due to long graphics cards. The cable management features in this case are very effective, mostly helped by the metal channel which covers all of the cables however i could barely fit all of my cables in it as it tapers making it smaller; it could do with being a little bigger so it can fit more cables as there are already a lot of cables due to the fans. Another disappointing thing about the cable management is that there is no cutout in the power supply shroud for the front panel audio connector, making me have to route it through the gpu power connector slot and tie it down straight across the power supply shroud to reach the connector on the motherboard.