Solidly built and good-looking case with a couple of issues
Haven't seen this mentioned in any review: the rosewill logo can be removed with a hair dryer, some isopropyl alcohol, and a bit of elbow grease. I use a flat, blunt piece of metal to scrape the logo off after using a hair dryer to soften up the adhesive. It took maybe 10 or 15 minutes.Easy to build in, but not quite enough depth in the rear side of the motherboard tray for easy cable management. I have everything tied down using the tie-down points (of which there are a generous amount of) but i still had to 'squish' everything together when putting the right panel on. I'm not the greatest at cable management, though. The shroud piece on the right of the motherboard was okay to work with and i had no problems sliding the 24 pin motherboard power cable through the gap. There are holes above and beneath the motherboard to pass cables through, but these do not have rubber grommets, which would have been a nice touch.For some reason, i've had some difficulty lining up the motherboard with the i/o shield. The motherboard sits slightly too high to completely line up square with the i/o shield and i haven't identified the cause of the misalignment. It may be a tolerance issue from the factory, the stand offs might not have been completely screwed in from the factory, or there may be some other cause interfering with proper alignment, although i could not identify anything that would be causing that as the brass stand offs line up perfectly with the motherboard holes and everything is completely tightened down.There's a generous amount of mounting points for 2.5" drives and liquid cooling components. The psu shroud actually has three removable panels to which you can add ssds, and on the top of the shroud there mounting points that would be good to use for a pump or reservoir or two additional ssds. There are as well slots to the right of the motherboard tray that may be usable for mounting a reservoir but i'm not into custom liquid cooling.The fans and fan controller are controlled via a switch on the top i/o for the fan speed, and a remote is included for the color options. When setting the fan speed to the lowest setting, there is an electronic noise that can be heard and was mentioned in a video review of this case. However, when the fans are running at the highest setting they do not generate a lot of noise and i will likely just leave it set there. The remote works well for controlling color, but the fan controller hub does not remember your setting after the system has been powered off and you will need to adjust the color settings again (it defaults to the rgb rainbow effect). With the custom modes, you cannot adjust the brightness of the fans.