I am thinking of upgrading my case. I am looking for a quieter build that offers decent airflow/cooling. I've narrowed down my options to either the Fractal Design R5 or Define C. https://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16811352048 https://www.newegg.com/Product/Prod...1352066&cm_re=Define_C-_-11-352-066-_-Product I plan on maxing out the front/rear fan slots and in the summer may mount a 120mm on the side. The R5 is more of a traditional layout, while the Define C cuts off CD/DVD bays. I honestly don't recall the last time I used one which is why I am thinking of going this route - there is nothing to block the cool air flow from the intake fans for the GPU and CPU. I can buy a cheap external drive for DVDs when needed. Though I do have some concerns over the Define C: 1) The HDDs are kept in the bottom with the PSU. Will this result in warmer temps for the HDDs that may reduce life? Or is the lack of direct air flow over them a non-issue? I keep my drives for a while (5 years or so). 2) Overall width is 8.27", or 203mm. Will that be enough space to fit this cooler: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01MQCK1P...TF8&colid=3STMQIO4WPV8L&coliid=I3I36ZOT9SFTMW 6.3" or 161mm in height. Will the Define C have enough space when mounted to the motherboard to fit inside? 3) Does the PSU enclosure require longer PSU cables? I know with my current Earthwatts, stretching the cables across the back of my current Corsair 550D is a tight fit. 4) Should this be long enough for future GPUs? Hard to find a picture of this case with a large GPU inside; most of the images I run across are for the smaller Define C Mini variation. Safe bet is to go with the R5, though it is more pricey and larger. Any suggestions? Just go with the R5 or cut down on the size?