Do you care about noise? Are you someone who remembers to clean dust from their PC? There are no right or wrong answers, just things to keep in mind.
I have a Fractal case myself so accept a perhaps biased view point but that case AdrianPerry prompted comes with 3 fans Fractal quiet fans worth £7-10 each (depending where you buy them from) and it also has filters to restrict the amount of dust that gets into your system. On that basis it really is a fantastic product at a great price. Currently just short of £45 on ebuyer http://www.ebuyer.com/270598-fractal-design-core-3000-c...
Other cases may not have quiet fans and may not have filters to restrict dust getting in. If none of those are concerns then just get yourself a case within your budget that allows you to mount the PSU at the bottom of the case from a practical cooling point of view.
As for the case you prompted with, it's not my personal choice as I would prefer the quieter fans and filters. That aside and given they are not factors, no problems Just make sure your fans don't conflict with airflow when you set them up and I am sure you will have no problems. Don't have first hand experience of that case so can't comment how easy it is to use when it comes to installations or material finish.
It has spots for 7 120mm fans.(comes with 4 120's) Cable management area. Cutout behind the motherboard so if you install an aftermarket cooler you don't have to take the board out to mount it. Also has spots for 2 SSD's, hot swappable HDD trays, dust covers on the fans, internal temperature sensor. It even has holes predrilled for water cooling. Best sub $50 case going IMO.