Pros Large interior. Room for 6 hard drives. Hard drive bays can be removed and split into 2 x 3 bays, repositioned or just taken out. Tooless trays for the hard drives, or 2.5" drives can be screwed onto the trays.
Cons A little big. I had to look for a desk that would fit my case, not the other way around. Fan controller isn't the best. High heat builds may want to replace the fans.
Summary There just is not enough room above to say what's great about this case. It's a large mid-tower, and very wide. The cable management is second to none. Bottom filter for psu, front filter for 200mm fan. Compartment in the top for 2 x 120mm fans while allowing room above the motherboard for a rad (or something like Corsair's H100 closed loop water cooler)or leave the top 200mm fan inside the case. Painted interior looks sweet. New unit comes with a mesh side panel, white unit comes with mesh and plexiglass inserts for the window. The original graphite unit comes with a just a metal side, but a windowed side can be purchased. Side panels use quick release latches, but the left panel can be locked with a key. Four optical drive bays, six 3.5" internal bays (removable and relocatable). Fan controller can control up to four fans, but is not very robust (I have seen a few of them go bad), I use an aftermarket fan controller. Not only does this case look sexy, but there's a ton of room for everything while the cable management allows a lots of stuff to be installed while still making the interior look clean. Removable intake fan filters are great to have, something too many cases leave out. 8 expansion slots means this case is good to go for SLI or Crossfire (I'm using 2 x HD6970 with no problems).
This case is worth every penny, and if you can get it on sale you're laughing.