I don't agree at all. I was very disappointed with the case. From it's flawed design to it's weight to it's poor cooling. I ended up getting a Nine Hundred afterwards and was much happier.
The revisions weren't an improvement at all either. The lower chamber is just a sheer joke to me.
Yeah, it is definitely flawed
But it is still one of the best cases of its size, possibly the best overall.
Many things should be improved however. Modernized, really. My P182 lost a ton of weight after I stripped out all the junk, and there is still room for improvement.
The front metal grills and doors can go, the fan filter acts as a fan guard. The filter mounts can be improved. The removable PSU frame can go. Toolless card mounts can be added. Toolless+optional screw drive bays can be added, ala the CM690. The old Antec drive rails are... questionably useful compared to the alternatives these days.
The top fan should be further from the back fan because there is too much competition between the two, lowering the effectiveness of each. I think there might be room for a couple more motherboard tray wire holes. And frankly when Yate Loon fans are selling for $2, I don't want those Antec fans at all. Antecs have a higher top end, but normal people don't need that much air flow. Lower is sufficient for the consumers who won't buy new fans -- Antec should contract out for some better fans, or consider leaving them out. It is a high end case after all.
And while I'm at it, the rubber hard drive mounts are great, and the layout is versatile, but I'm not so sure it is better than a system like that of the CM690.