I feel the same about the Fractal Design D5 ~ amazing dust filtering, plenty of space for rads, sound dampening material, all in a mid-tower, and at a $150 price point.Definitely the CaseLabs Bullet BH2. Large enough to fit a big video card and a 240 rad, but still very compact. Not to mention the very sturdy construction, love it.
I don't think I could own a case called a Super-LanBoy. It's at BEST a poorly translated Anime series about a kid with a magic helmet, and at worst a Human Centipede sort of thing made of toddlers and CAT5e cable.My Antec Super-Lanboy is a close second, but just too small of a case overall after using something like the 800D. The Super-Lanboy was a great case for me at the time though as back then I was going to a LAN party pretty much every single weekend and it really was a great case for that purpose.
Jesus. That is so ghetto and cool at the same time.
While I love my current Corsair Carbide Air 540 - I just finished watching some YouTube Best of 2018 Case reviews which mention the LianLi PC011 and it looks like a mighty fine case. I am tempted to pull the trigger @ Amazon (since it's 10 bucks off right now) but my next build isn't scheduled until the Ryzen 3xxx drops. It looks especially sharp with the optional white paint job.I loved my Air 540 but wanted tempered glass, I waited and waited for a refresh of it with glass and even though they made the 240, I don't know if it's coming so I ended up getting the LianLi PC-011 Dynamic. By far my favorite case of all of them I've owned. Probably about 10-15 cases in the last 20+ ish years, I change cases a lot... but this one is sticking around.