What you said about the Ncase is so true. I remember when I bought it I was amazed at it's size but I was comparing it to the Ghost S1 I just picked up and it seems incredibly large. I am currently using my Ncase as a HTPC/Plex server with 4 x 3.5 HDDs installed and it is a wonderful case for this setup, like you say it is hard to find another case you can pack so much into the available space. I have also been able to sell most of my previous cases, I usually do a hardware upgrade at the same time I do case upgrade and sell the complete setup. Cases I still have are: Coolermaster Elite 110, my first itx case and still being used as a home pc for web browsing and video watching. Ncase M1, which I am using for my HTPC/Plex server. MI-6 which I just pulled my gaming build out of and will probably put up for sale. Louqe Ghost S1 which I just transferred my build into but I have also ordered a Nouvolo Steck because I wanted to compare the 2. I have a feeling I will keep main build in the Ghost but I would like to hold onto the Steck because I am thinking about an AMD only build depending on how their upcoming components look. Some of the itx cases I have gotten rid of, several out of shame. Rosewill U2 Legacy (Jonsbo clone) sold as a complete build, still one of the most difficult itx cases I have built in and really taught me the importance of a "planned build" Rosewill Neutron, a horrendously big itx case that was nearly as large as most mid towers. I think I bought this because the U2 was such a PITA to build in. Phanteks Evolv itx, nearly as horrendously big as the Neutron. After the Evolv I bought my Ncase because I decided if I was going to have an itx case it needed to be SFF and was looking for something with better build quality.