I have the Buc and for the most part agree with the review. I think InWin tried to put too much into the design and came up a little short.
But I have to disagree with the reviewer as to it being a poor gaming case. I'd call it a "lite" gaming case and a pretty quiet one at that as long as you don't overload it with two high end graphics cards.
My previous case was an Antec P180, which served me well for 5 years. It was very quiet with my added Noctua fans, Zhalman VF2000 gpu cooler, Aerofan controller and Acoustipac insulation. It was not very quiet when gaming as I had to ramp up the fans for cooling. The Zhalman gpu cooler had the loudest fan or appears to be as it hums along at a higher frequency.
I was looking for a small midtower with the option of a side fan to blow directly on the graphic card. I also wanted 120 mm fans as I already had 3 120mm Noctua's to put in the case. I removed the front fan, added the noctua's for the side, top and rear fans.
When gaming, I can leave the Noctua's all at min rpm (500-600) and best of all, with the side fan blowing on the graphic card, I can leave the gpu cooler at the minimum setting (1400 rpm). This makes for a very cool and quiet gaming system.
I like the top tray. I'm always putting my portable drive and head phones on top of my case, so it works great for that.
I don't like the fan mounts, thin side panels, and the hard drive noise is quite a bit more noticeable than in my P180.
I was hoping the looks of the case would grow on me..... I'm still waiting on that. It looks better with the dvd drive and fan controller mounted, and i used a flat drive bay cover from my P180.
All said, if i had to do it again, I would probably buy a different case, but it serves my purposes for now.