The Lian-li and Antec cases have better cooling than the corsair and coolermaster options.
Antec's xhundred series are solid standbys, you get great bang for the buck.
Lian-li has a reputation for superior build quality; attention to detail, their cases tend to have nice little touches throughout, but they tend to cost more.
I think I'd go with the lian-li if it were me. seems to have the best cooling of the four. you could of course add fans to the antec case, but since a good case fan runs at least $10, I'd spring for the more pre-loaded case. The 140mm fans will also be quieter than the 120's.
You might also look at some of rosewill's $50-100 cases. That's Newegg's house brand - they also have great bang for the buck.
Nonsense about the Corsair and CM, they have as good, if not better cooling as the Lian Li and Antec.
The Lian li you are looking at is their bargain line the Lancool. The build is cheaper with some sharp edges to the metal. I know, because I bought the K59 variant on sale for under $50. I like the case, but it is a much cheaper build than Corsair builds, which I have the 600T for my gaming case.
The Antec is nice because of the folded metal takes away the sharp edges to the case.
The CM HAF 912 is a great bargain, but has less features than the others.
Lian li is a solid choice with good cooling. Cable management is OK but not superior.
Corsair has good cooling and great cable management.