Used this case a few months ago for a friend's all AMD build. Good value for $30ish, but it's kinda strange:
It starts off on the right foot with stylized magnetic mesh (i.e. dust filters) on the front and top of the case, but like you'd expect in this price point ($50 at Microcenter): there's no pre-installed intake fan. There is one pre-installed 120mm exhaust fan.
The windowed side panel feels like flimsy plexi-glass (i.e. acrylic), but the panel has a neat "premium" feature that allows you to relocate the USB/audio/power button panel from the front to the top, bottom, or rear of the side panel.
There's plentiful cable management channels along the tray, but none of them have rubber grommets. While it does have anchor points for zip-ties, there are only 3 of them and all are along the channels. Could really use at least one directly behind the motherboard tray to tie-down the 4/8-pin CPU aux power as well as top/rear fan cables.
Speaking of the rear motherboard tray area, there's ample space to mount a 2.5" storage drive or even a full 3.5" HDD.
The 4 expansion bays are all the extremely cheap push-out design. Have to be really careful when removing these as you can bend the remaining thin steel frame.
The PSU requires a bracket which serves no apparent purpose but to complicate the installation and potentially block your AC power cable. We used a Seasonic Focus Gold 650W semi-modular power supply, which cleared the bracket, but not without rubbing.
There are no clear indicators for mounting front/top fans, just hundreds of stamped out holes, and a few counter sunk screw holes for radiators. This means if you're mounting front/top fans, you'll have to slide the fan around a bit until you find 4 holes that line up.
Thermals were fine in our tests (we installed additional 2x 120mm intake fans). Buddy's Ryzen 3700X was idling at 40-50C and when hit with a synthetic load (OCCT) it topped out at 75C (attached HWinfo screencap). This was achieved with the stock Wraith Prism cooler and its pre-applied thermal paste. Didn't get a chance to do any thermal testing on his 5700XT (reference blower design) unfortunately.
Max CPU cooler height this case supports is 159mm.
Overall, it's a good-looking serviceable case with a lot of cut corners.