PC Case Help

I wanted some input on a good case since there are soo many out there. I hate the door or front panel enclosure thing on cases. I want my drives exposed... I have not found many reviews with cases without the doors.

Any suggestions on a good case without the door and with a side window? :)
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  1. <A HREF="http://www.oxfordpc.com/components/index.php?action=show_product2&id=1084" target="_new">This</A> is the case that I am getting for my new rig come September.

    Just a suggestion.

    But if it ain't your cup of tea, then I would recommend brands such as Lian Li, CoolerMaster, Antec/Chieftec, or Thermaltake.
  2. <A HREF="http://www4.tomshardware.com/howto/20030428/case_review-03.html" target="_new">Here's</A> a good review on the Coolermaster ATC-201B-SXK. It recieved the first Editor's Choice award if that means anything to you.
  3. $200 on a case is more than I wanted to spend. Anything closer to around $90 - $130.
  4. After looking for some cases under your criteria, it was actually much more difficult than I thought.

    There are alot of nice cases with side windows, but most of them have front door panels. Although this is a nice extremely inexpensive case you might be interested in:

    <A HREF="http://www.newegg.com/app/ViewProduct.asp?description=11-156-019" target="_new">Raidmax</A> 268WSP - $42.99

    I would also suggest going <A HREF="http://www.newegg.com/app/manufactory.asp?catalog=7&DEPA=1" target="_new">here</A> and just looking through the different manufacturers and start off by finding the ones that fit your needs visually. Then read the reviews for that particular case. That's alot of what I did when doing research for my case.

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