The X-mask does its primary job well. When the unit is sealed, I found temps to be quite acceptable. I installed a Soltek 75FRN-L2, AMD Athlon 1700@2400Mhz, OCZ EL PC-4200, Asus V9950, WD HDD, TDK CD/RW, Thermalright SLK-800, Vantec Tornado 80mm. The ambient case temp peaked at about 28°C, my room temp was 21°C. The case "masked" (pardon the pun) the noise of the Vantec Tornado quite well, as this fan is very loud. What I'd originally thought wouldn't appeal to me, did, and that was the cases Spider theme. Perhaps most impressive ergonomically are the glowing eyes of the spider in the front door which continually cycles from green, to red, and blue. Definitely a cool look, and for Gamers this case would be ideal.
In usual TTGI fashion they're just as concerned about function as they are about form. Case dimensions read 500mm x 205mm x 445mm. The case features a front accessible push-open port containing two USB, one 1395, one Mic, and one S/P. The lighted X-mask door opens to reveal four 5.25" bays, two 3.5" bays, (there are also four hidden 3.5" bays).
The fan compliment includes front mounted twin 80mm, blue-LED illuminated intake fans, along with a filter, and a side mounted 80mm blue-LED illuminated fan. Unfortunately no rear fans were included, however the case will accommodate 120mm fans in the rear, and TTGI engineers understand the importance of airflow dynamics.