This is a great case to build in, my fingers are not built for small spaces yet it was an easy build, the plastic door is not ideal but it works, tempered glass would have made it even more unweilding when built, it opens and closes easily and when closed is hard to tell its plastic.
The airflow is where its at its best, I chose it for that reason, with three 120mm rgb fans at the front (or two 140's if you want) it glows like a hot coal, you can easily fit a 280mm rad in the top as i have and the only tip i have it to connect the motherboard power lead up before you put the radiator in as its a struggle after.
It has a nice mesh screen under the front panel which id have liked for the top and bottom but we'd all like other things added to our cases...this can be fixed by snatching some stockings and mcgyver'ing them...without them is fine but it could reduce dust intake.
With such a lot of airflow comes noise, you cant really stop it and get good cooling...with the door shut the noise is reduced but not elliminated, i used headphones so dont hear much but if your after a silent system then give up on airflow and go in another direction.
The drives are moved to the right half of the machine where there is no cooling as its not required which makes for some excelent airflow in the places it is needed, I have the i7 8700k oc'ed and a gtx1080ti (oc'ed), 32gb ddr4 4000mhz ram and so it should be a cooling problem but with an h115i aio, and another 4 fans(2 more coming soon, as you can also put two 140mm fans on the bottom also), it keeps everything under 35c and under load nothing crosses 70c which is as it should be.
It easily fit my asrock z370 extrem 4 mobo and the right side can fit 3 x 3 1/2" drives and 4 2 1/2" so plenty of storage, the right side panel also comes with a grill to let the psu breathe easily.
The design looks like tank tracks but that is where the looks and needs mingle, i happen to like it and will some cool lighting from the fans beneath the front grill it brings on a life of its own.
It is a great case for those who need room to work for their build and want airflow over sealed like box designs, 5ghz oc'ed cpu, 4000mhz ram, gtx1080ti and flashing lights galore and pushing it to the max is no problem to cool, it barely moves above ambien temperatures.