The case is not the easiest to work with. The PSU obscures most of the space in front of the motherboard, and the board attaches directly to the opposite side panel, so it's difficult to open the case without moving the PSU in relation to the board, complicating cable management. Also, the reset and HDD LED wires are very short, while the power button and power LED wires are very long. I can't make sense of that difference - they all go onto the same group of pins. The shorter wires were so short I had to almost close the case, leaving perhaps a 5 cm gap, before they would plug in. I wouldn't want to build a system with an ATX PSU, multiple HDDs, and an optical drive in this case. With a PicoPSU, assembly would have been trivial since the entire left side of the case would then be open with the panel off.
Quality seems very high. Everything fits well together, the side panel screws are perfectly countersunk, all screw holes line up, the power and reset buttons are very nice, and the brushed finish is impeccable.
Desktop: Fractal Design Define Mini, Seasonic X-400, Intel DH67GD, i7-2700K w/ Noctua NH-C14, 16 GB Corsair XMS3, Sapphire HD 7750 Ultimate, 120 GB Intel 510, 1 TB WD Caviar Green w/ Sharkoon Vibe Fixer, all fans Scythe Slip Stream, Dell U2412HM
Mummy's desktop: Lian Li PC-Q07A, Seasonic G-360, Intel DH77DF, Celeron G550T w/ Scythe Big Shuriken, 8 GB Kingston Value, 128 GB Samsung 830, Dell U2212HM