NZXT's Phantom case does a whole lot but doesn't look completely ridiculous

How do you guys feel about PC cases these days? Are you a fan of the over-the-top styling that so many of them feature, or would you like something a little more staid? I ask because NZXT has a new case called the Phantom. (There’s like a thousand photos of the case there.) It’s not too crazy—there’s no spinning lights or any of that jazz—and it’s a full tower. That’s key in case you want to rock dual video cards or want to add a bunch of PCI cards.

The case is stacked.

There’s seven cooling fans in total.

There’s space for seven hard drives and space for five, 5.25-inch bays. Screwless installation, too.

There’s top-mounted USB, Audio/Mic, and E-SATA ports.

Not too expensive, either: $140.