Looks like I'm going to be building two or three PCs in short order here, as I mentioned recently, and I need a good mini- or mid-tower ATX case to host a system, preferrably with a fairly beefy (250-300W) power supply. I know my tower case favorites (Addtronics and Supermicro stuff, mainly), but I'm not up to speed on the little cases. There's a raft of choices out there. I've built systems in InWin's way-too-common mid-tower case, but I'm not terribly impressed with it.
Anyone have any other recommendations? What and why? Make your case's case in the comments.
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