Gets the job done
Got this case today, took me just short of an hour to get everything installed in it, including some necessary mods and retracing a few steps back at one point. I had the cpu+hsf already installed onto the motherboard, and hadn't realized that it won't fit into the case opening if i install the power supply first (which of course i did, so i had to take the ps off, install the motherboard then put the ps back in).I was a little nervous about the motherboard not fitting in the case, because it's a form factor that the manufacturer calls "custom atx" but it turns out it fit just fine. The motherboard is originally from a lenovo thinkstation e30.The only real problem that i had was fitting the side panel back on due to the height of the cpu heatsink. The manufacturer says that heatsinks up to 125mm will fit, and this one 1s 150mm high. It turns out that the side panel has a bulge outwards of a few milimeters so it would fit the heatsink fine up to its flat top. But there are some ends of heatpipes sticking out in a few places and because of that i couldn't close the panel. So i took some metal snips and enlarged a few of the holes in the side panel exactly where those heatpipes are, then i could close the panel just fine.