I bought this case locally $45. It's really small, a flex ATX mini-tower. It comes with a 145w PSU, has room for a 3.5" hard drive, and a full-size cdrom.....that's it.
I had a few miniATX Biostar boards that fit this case pretty well. The boards work off an external 12v PSU (fanless) so I removed the internal PSU. This board is "legacy-free", so there are no serial, parallel, ps2, pci, or floppy ports....just 5 usb ports, modem and LAN port. There's actually quite a bit of open space in the case.
Here's the problem....I had to mount the board with the CPU on the bottom of the case. In its original setup, the cpu was at the top, next to an upper vent. I wonder what the optimum cooling setup would be? It's running a K6III-333 over-clocked to 400....moderate heat. I'm thinking to remove the front USB ports, and blow an 80mm fan in from the front directly on the CPU. But I also have those open rear spaces available for whatever. Ideas? There's also the quiet thing....
Here they are at Directron