I would check out some of the Corsair Obsidian series cases, specifically the 450d. I have owned it's older brothers, the 750d and the 800d and they are the best cases I've ever used that are builder oriented. The cable management is phenomenal. It has a nice window too so you can see your components. There are other Corsair cases you might like, and they all feature the same amazing cable management systems. the only downside to the Corsair cases is that they are a little muted in terms of design. I think they look simple and stunning, but if you're looking for bright colors and loud styling, then they might not be for you. Below is a picture of how the cable management works. I know it looks like a manufacturer photo, but I was able to get mine to look just as clean, if not better. As far as cable management goes, you wont' find a better brand. Build quality is good, but some things like the hard drive bays feel a bit thin and stamped out of thin metal. That being said, it's better than other build qualities I've encountered (especially my NZXT case, wow that thing was built poorly).