Ok... I recieved my fan controller this morning, expecting it to be a major job, removing the psu cover and all. However, it was NOT! It was dead simple, contrary to what your review suggests. The HDD cooler is screwed on, and the psu is screwed via two screws underneath the case and another two behind the bezel to the case. Hence, by unscrewing both, one can entirely remove the psu, and one might even be able to mount an alternative. In addition, there are screws for removing the psu cover, giving one full acces to the internals.
Furthermore, the fans atop the PSU are both removable, and can be substituted with other fans of the correct size! They are not, as it seems from outside, rivited to the PSU. Instead, one is seeing the underside of the screws which hold it in place, and which are screwed from inside the PSU.
Therefore, this case has exceeded my wildest dreams. I took the lead for the PSU fans out of the PSU, and hooked it up to the controller, along with the case fans, which I connected to the second channel. Both had two-pin connectors, and the fan controller had three of the usual three-pin connectors, though I managed to connect them just by forcing the two-pin male plugs into the 3pin female ones (the three-pin ones only have two pins in them, so this is quite simple). On the third channel of the controller, I've placed the connector for my CPU cooler (Arctic-Cooling 2L, the one with blue LEDs), the built in speed controller of which, I have left at "medium", as when on low, the fan will not start if my new fan controller is on low as well. With it on medium, the fan operates with the controller's full range of motion, and is quieter than without the controller, using the built in selector on "low" (basically, it's entirely silent).
Now, my system is entirely silent when I have all three controllers on low, and sounds like is about 18 or maybe 20dbA maximum (I'm no expert, and am only guessing). When all are on full (when i play games or am doing heavy processing work (ecoding/decoding, which is seldom), I would estimate that it is between 35 and 45dbA.
In conclusion, I'd say that I'm entirely satisfied with this case, as it has provided me with an entirely silent system that I'd otherwise never have had at this price range. I've got lots of pictures which I took, which I might get around to posting here later (basically when i fell that I can be arsed to do so)!
Oh, there is one downside to such a quiet system though, it unmasks other noise! I can now hear (only when i kneel down close to the back of my pc and listen, though), a "buzzy" noise, which I have seen talked about in connection with the Arctic Cooling VGA Silencer Revision 3, which I have purchased specially, rather than the latest revision, as I prefer the massive heatsink on the Rev. 3, which has been considerably downsized on more recent versions, a serious mistake in my own estimation.
Overall, I'm happy, and I guess that's what matters, isn't it?