I'm not so eaten up in the world of silence (yet) to know what the numbers on a pabst are off hand but plycon has low flow 80mm 92mm and 120mm fans.
, the other places I found from google were located in europe.
As for the case itself it's not that big really and is very solid in construction even though it's very light (can easily lift it with one finger before the psu is put in. The clear side included is optional as computernerd gives you the standard aluminum siding as well.
When I ordered it I kinda backdoored the site and had no idea it came with anything extra. $145 with 2.50 handling and ups ground came in under 170 after tax for me... quite a deal for a case this well made. I honestly have no intention of ever getting rid of it unless they move away from the ATX standard.
Note: If you are acustomed to lian li cases, keep in mind none of the edges are curled so you may want to work on it a bit to make it more hand friendly. That's the first thing I'm working on, though it's optional to sand it down or line it.
Anyway the bits and pieces for this computer will slide in over the coming month as I hold out for a canterwood so I have plenty of time to tweak the case.
Love it stock though that front bezel is screaming modder's mesh to me... must resist.
oh and my sister has my camera (doubtless more pictures of the dogs) I'll try and post a few later after I've worked on it a bit. By then she'll bring back the camera hopfully. Don't hold breath though honestly, the reviews have much better shots lol