Thanks for replying. Right now I am not putting any GPU. The motherboard has on board ATI 4250 card which is sufficient for my work. I will only have multiple drives in this system. So I guess it will be good then?
I like that case better as it will provide for better cooling and being larger, makes it easier to install components. However, you're still running into the same scenario in that it only has one 3.5" HDD bay. If you look around, though, you should be able to find a 5.25" to 3.5" bay converter and use the second optical drive bay for your second hard drive.
My real recommendation, however is to increase the budget. Get an HTPC case that:
1) is full height (so you're not limited to low-profile cards and has better cooling)
2) has at least two internal 3.5: HDD bays (two if they're separated, three if all together), and
3) is aesthetically pleasing to you.
You would also get a decent power supply from Antec, Corsair, Seasonic, PC Power and Cooling, etc...
Unless the case comes from a highly respected power supply manufacturer (like those I mentioned), more than likely, it's hit and miss on what power supply comes with the case. Most will do just fine in a non-gaming type system where the power draw is generally well below the stated specs of the power supply, but I still recommend if not going with a case from a well respected power supply manufacturer, to purchase the case and power supply separately.
If you decide to go that route, then you can pretty much go with any case you want, provided that it meets the requirements I outlined above.