The Antec NSK3480 is a solidly-built and well-designed case except perhaps for a couple of features. First the front panel looks and feels a little cheap, and second there isn't room for a standard-sized power supply when using a full-sized optical drive.
My solution was to use a slimline slot-load laptop DVD-RW drive which gives enough space for a Corsair HX650W PSU, and to design a new front panel to be cut from black anodised aluminium. The laptop optical drive was mounted in a butchered 5 1/4" drive case along with a Sandisk Imagemate card reader.
The computer is running OS X for photo and video editing, using the following components:
Case: Antec NSK3480
M/B: ASUS Rampage II Gene
CPU: Intel Core i7 920
Cooler: Noctua NH-U12P
PSU: Corsair HX650W
GFX: Asus 9600GT 512MB
RAM: Corsair 6GB (3x2GB) DDR3 1333MHz XMS3
Hard disk: Western Digital 640GB Blue
DVD+RW: Optiarc AD-7670S with Startech Slimline SATA adapter
Fans: 1 x Scythe Gentle Typhoon 120mm, 2 x Scythe Gentle Typhoon 92mm
Card reader: Sandisk Imagemate
Power switch: Bulgin MP0034
The front panel was made by Schaeffer AG in Germany (http://www.schaeffer-ag.de
) and designed using their Front Panel Designer software.
I will add more photos once I have tidied up the cabling (so far I have routed cables from the top compartment to the bottom behind the motherboard following the threads by C. Zoui and Krick)