Pros Great cooling, great design, side window, power array, XL ATX support, great expandability
Cons Not as much room inside, very little room for top expandability , flimsy 3.5" drive docks, instructions would not be that easy to follow for a first timer
Summary The CM Storm Stryker full tower ATX case is one of the better cases that you can buy. When it first came in the first thing I noticed was how heavy it was, about 30 Lbs. , It was almost all made of metal. When I unboxed it it was in perfect condition. The second thing I noticed was such a quality paint job Cooler Master dd. The front of the case contains 2 high speed USB 3.0 ports, 2 USB 2.0 ports, a reset button, a very large power button when turned on displays the storm logo, LED on and off and fan speed adjusters. When you open the case there are about ten to fifteen cables for the fans and I/O panel. The inside of the case contains two 120mm fans, one 140mm Fan with mounting for a 120, and one 200 with no white LED lights. The front of the case contains 4 slots for a optical drive and other things, and 5 other removable slots for hard drives, there is also a 2.5" X-Dock for a SSD. Back inside there is space for a mid range size water cooling system or a few places for a close loop system. The inside has a mounting area for four 2.5" SSDs and it can be removed by taking out a few screws on the bottom.