Pros ODD screwless locks; capacity for many system fans;filter for P/S fan; 5.25">3.25" adapter to mount card reader/FDD; 2 fans included (additional are optional purchases); USB 3.0 support, with 2 front panel USB ports (w/ 2.0 plug for mobos w/o 3.0)
Cons No audio input jack on ft panel; power LED came loose while installing equipment, steel case not as robust as hoped; ft logo fell off needing better adhesive; no included speaker (moved one from old case)
Summary All in all a very good case for my needs; the biggest gripe was the power LED as it was quite difficult to get my hand down in to place it in position and re-seat with silicone sealer (I would have had to do a major disassembly to remove front panel to fix it otherwise, and had just about completed my system installation). This was a replacement case for a very old design which had poor ventilation by comparison. The AeroCool is clocking in at approx 15-20 degrees (F) cooler at moderate system use. For me one of the better looking cases I checked out (YMMV); some are plain jane boxes, others are gaudy enough to be on the Death Star. Questions directly posed to AeroCool were promtly answered, a very important business feature. There may be tougher cases on the market, but those top the $100-$200+ range. The Vs-3 was well worth $60.