Hello, I bought a Corsair Carbide 330R Blackout case because it filled my requirements for a new build. I wanted a quiet, understated case with no window. Looked good, got good reviews. But, when I got it out of the box, I found it was very flimsy. The metal panels deform easily under light pressure. This case cost $100. And yet it just seems very cheap and poor quality. I measured the metal parts as 0.7 mm thick. And that thickness includes the paint. What do you think is an acceptable (steel) metal thickness for a mid-ATX computer case? One 10-year old case I have is 1.0 mm steel, which feels more solid. This 0.7mm steel just feels really cheap. I feel like $100 for the Corsair 330R is a rip off. What do you think?