This case has plenty of nice features, such as 3 USB 3.0 ports (1 fast charging), a USB-C 3.1 Gen 2 port, a Qi charging pad, a tempered glass window, plenty of space, and is incredibly modular, allowing for the window to be placed left or right, and the mainboard to be inverted or not. Even the RGB LED strips can be placed wherever you like.
Installing the PSU requires removing the PSU shroud, then the PSU mounting rack. A minor inconvenience, but the instruction manual does a poor job at explaining where all the screws are on the shroud. Also, one of the screws was too tight to remove, so I had to bend the shroud open and work with extremely little space to properly fasten the PSU to a mounting rack I couldn't even remove.
While the case can be a bit frustrating to work with due to its extreme modularity, the same modularity can also make it somewhat easier to work with than with other cases. Best example would be connecting the fan headers and CPU power cables at the top of the motherboard. Usually, the space is very tight, especially if you've got a huge CPU cooler. By removing the top cover, you can easily increase the space to work with.
Unfortunately, there is very little space in the back of the case, making it very difficult to close the back panel.
Also, I'm slightly disappointed that the side window can not be opened like a door, and needs to be unscrewed instead.
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