As we mentioned before, the rear fan is pretty much at the same height as the CPU fan and is able to remove all the hot air outside your case.
If only 1 casefan is not to your liking you can go and add a massive 120mm or smaller 80mm fan at the front or throw one extra in at the back. I would suggest however to use a dremel to cut away all the extra metal (it would only block the airflow, making a big hole in the front of this case would also improve the airflow tremendously, but your hearing & the looks of the case might suffer from this :) )
the power-on and reset button are of good quality and do their job quite well
When the lights are off you will see that the powerLED will eluminate the whole front bezel (well most of it), quite a nice sight to behold and a definite plus for those seeking to please the eye
This case is all set to be tested on performance, but before we do so we'll give you a rundown of the features from it's competitor.. the Coolermaster ATC-201C-SX2