I like how the PSU is seperated in some ways, but it does have you feeling claustrophobic when you look at a case with everything segregated like that. Also with the PSU being in its own compartment (i've setup a Lian Li with almost the same setup) be weary of PSU's with short cables, they have to run around through the little holes to get to the upper compartments and you loose a lot of the cable length because of it (plus running it behind the board with those holes).
I really like this case.http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.a ... 6811129058
- Antec 902
The side 120mm is great when you've got a decently hot GPU, blows cool air right over-top AND the bottom of the graphic card so it not only cools the heatsink but the back of the PCB which can lower your GPU core temps a bit. Plus the 120mm on the back sits in a perfect spot if you want to put an aftermarket cooler on your CPU like a CPU cooler, it works with that cooler and blows cold air almost perfectly matched with it and then the 220mm fan on top of the case exhausts the heat before it gets to the rest of the system.
Zalman - http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.a ... _-35118046
Its got the 220MM fan ontop that just moves sooo much freaking air and is quiet, also you've got the same setup as the case you link for cabling behind the mobo via rubberized holes, in and outs for water cooling, blacked interior (will never buy a non-blacked interior when i build a gaming system again. Controllable fans on the front, come with their own removable fan filter mesh. Front side USB/eSata, plus the little area on top near the front plugs is the PERFECT size to lay down something like an external HDD enclosure, a cell phone your powering up or plugging in... The plastics this thing is made with are so solid, not flimsy... im talking VERY thick and sturdy you'd think they made it as a stepping stool or chair or something.
The only thing that I wish it had, and it depends on preference, is side mounted HDD racks, but at ones on the Antec ARE in a removable tray that comes out to allow you to put the drives in it.
The case you chose is nice for the side mounted and seem very close to the Antec 902, minus the big fan on top and the clear side. Its all a matter of what you like more for aesthetic purposes. And 902 is also steel, so its a bit heavier.. if thats a concern then think about that too. My friend and I both have no issue taking them around for LANS though, i mean its a desktop anyhow, not a laptop. (Its also cheaper)