Here's a specific compliment about Dee's photog choices, by the way.
Here's her photog of the case's motherboard-tray area:
Of particular note - at the top-middle position of the motherboard, there's a screwhole for the screw next to every motherboard's RAM slot handles.
Some case-makers have mashed this upper edge of a motherboard into fans or the top of the case itself - and this one screw becomes most difficult to insert 'straight' - and everyone knows how FUN it is to do maintenance with crooked threadings. Some cases FORCE that on us, practically.
This above photog, however, shows us that THIS case makes all the screws for the motherboard easily accessible.
Now, here's a bad example...here's one for a Thermaltake VL84 case. (NewEgg has a better straight-on unangled photo, but you can extrapolate the positioning of this case's top-middle screwhole:
This case jams that screwhole UNDER the lip of the case's side-panel railing. And if you have one of those 2-inch long screwdrivers, you're still going to be jamming your twisting fingers against the top edge of the case.
While this photo isn't great, I gain even more appreciation for Dee's choices of photogs.
Much thanks... it's probably a small thing to you now, but I really appreciate well-chosen review photos.