I'm still at the "researching" stage for a new gaming build and I'm looking at cases. Its been a while since I've looked at cases so I was hoping to get some recommendations of good cases that I could look into. I REALLY like the looks of the Corsair Crystal 570X series. I like the tempered glass. I like the way it looks. I like the radiator support. However, in reviews many complain of lacking cable management and that because the tempered glass isn't "sealed" that its a dust magnet. This case is still one of my finalists but I'm interested in anything similar that you guys might recommend. Here are some criteria: 360mm Radiator Support. I really like the look of a 360mm AIO Radiator in front with LED fans and a glass front panel like that Corsair Crystal 570x I mentioned. I may well end up using an AIO 280mm Radiator instead. That isn't decided yet. Cost, budget, money savings, etc. is not a concern. I rarely buy a new computer case so I like them to look good and last me a long time. Even if something isn't the best deal, I'd pay it as long as everything else meets my needs. PC's in my home are out in our den in the open and not hidden away in a back bedroom. I like them to look nice. I like an "upscale" look to them. I really like the look of various tempered glass cases Good filters, well designed, and easy to clean is a must. Dust management is very important. I have an African Grey Parrot and he makes a lot of "dust". The HEPA filters take care of most of it but without good filters that I clean often it can be a problem. I like them spacious and easy to work in. I hate cramped cases. However, I think I tend to "overdo" this part. My last builds I used NZXT Switch 810 cases and while they were wonderful and spacious to work in...but they took up a HUGE amount of space and I didn't use most of the features they offered. They were largely empty and wasted with just one video card, a spindle drive, and a few SSD's. I'm thinking that with good cable management, maybe mid-tower instead of full-tower is the way to go this time. I like quality. I don't like cheap crappy cases. I don't like sharp edges that cut my hands. I had a coolermaster case some years ago that was like working with a fist full of razorblades half the time. Good cable management. With regards to features (i.e. Optical Drive Bays, number of 3.5 drive bays, etc.) I'm open. I have not yet determined the guts that will go into the build. My build will likely consist of a boot SSD, and storage SSD, possibly a spindle drive. Only one video card (No SLI). I'll be overclocking so AIO watercooling and good ventilation.