Good job! Loved josephs build, too, and made a somewhat similar build like that myself back in the day (though with full ATX PSU).. Used a jigsaw for the bottom hole and it looked more like a potato than a circular but it helped a lot with temperatures.
Lone Industries L2 or L3, not quite sure. At the moment he's got not cases left to sell but at some point in time he might reconsider producing another batch.
There are also a few threads about his cases here.
Going to name a few which fit most of your requirements as far as I can see:
Sharkoon QB One
BitFenix Colossus M Mini-ITX
Fractal Design Core 500
Phanteks Enthoo Evolv ITX
Fractal Design Define Nano S
They fit a 240mm radioator, some even GPUs up to 330mm in length and PSU size is for most...
My first build in my Ncase was a Seasonic X560 together with a Samuel 17 on the CPU and an MSI GTX 760 ITX. No space problems at all. I actually found cable management to be a lot easier with my ATX PSU than with my later SFX-L adoption. Due to the sheer size of the ATX PSU you could just stow...
It's also quite wrong. Geizhals (price comparison) lists a lot of distributors for Germany and Europe for the Node 202 w/o PSU and at least two offers for the Node 202 incl. a PSU. That's not really unavailable.
The Streacom F7C Alpha is made of aluminium and has fllw. capacity as per their website:
You'd need a PicoPSU for this one though.
Also both the Cooler Master Elite 110 and the Cooltek/Jonsbo V6 take in quite a lote of hard drives though don't look quite like brushed aluminium.
Somebody hosted a video on Youtube. It's Chinese or something, I don't have a clue. But it shows the case's inside. What I don't like are that the front I/O's cables and connectors are kind of long and cost some precious space.
Noctua already mentions the C12P on their 'discontinued products' page. They're probably bringing out a new iteration of this cooler but you never know. They did the same with the NH-C14 whose successor, the NH-C14S, unfortunately doesn't fit the Ncase anymore (at least with both fans...
Not that I know of. Streacom makes some really good cases. I think they're sold under another name in the US but I'm not quite sure.
Here are some reviews of the F1CWS Evo as well as F1C Evo (w/ ODD). Danish website tweak.dk rates the F1CWS a 8/10. German website overclockingstation reviewed...
That chassis is really, really good. I had it once and only returned it due to some unpleasant marks on the back (nitpicky, I know) but it's really well made.
You also won't have any problem powering that build with a decent 160w PicoPSU but not the Streacom one. German website Computerbase...
I remember your PC-Q02 to be quite an abomination with the modded GPU slots, TFX PSU and cardboard CPU heatsink wrapping :D
Q21 is far better than both Q02 and Q20. If you haven't seen my separate thread take a look at the PC-Q04 which is basically a Q07 w/o an ODD slot and space for SDDs and...
It took them reeeaaally long as this update was long overdue.
I had both the PC-Q07 and PC-Q11 for quite some time with more time spent on the Q11 so I didn't really notice and remember the perforated side panel. You're absolutely right in this regard considering mounting the PSU towards it...
Just found this one on Lian Li's homepage but couldn't find any news articles about it.
Dimensions are only marginally bigger than the PC-Q07.
Anybody heard of it yet? It looks like a better out-of-the-box version of the PC-Q07 to me. Perforated bottom and mounting holes for a...
I have a C14 and I am having a pretty good time. Join the club, there's free drinks and such.
Only problem: If you have a SFX PSU you'll need a smaller fan for the bottom fan with max. 13mm height I think.