I wanted a case that was quiet, quite large, good looking but with solid sides. I also wanted to fit an optical drive. I was a bit concerned it would look a bit cheap and plasticy but it looks really solid and smart. I love the silver accents and the new Antec logo. It was very easy to build in, I used a large X470 motherboard and have a large Sapphire R9 390 Nitro triple fan GPU yet it's still cool and quiet.
It's turned on with a central illuminated power button that has the satisfying feel of the button to start a car. It would have been nice if it had a hard drive LED, this could have fed into the power button too. I might just do this as a mod.
I did not pay much attention to the hard drive fittings as I only have M.2 and SSD. Fitting the CD drive is a nod to actual business use. Many government organisations will fulfil FOI requests by sending you a CD-ROM.