They dropped the price a couple of dollars from the black version open box. Amazon’s shipping is likely at fault for the 3 damaged cases I received [I kept the least damaged one], & contacted Corsair customer service – they’ve sent me a replacement for the dented side panel. The case itself is well built, but has design flaws. I used an AMD motherboard with a heatsink at the very top of the board. This case is not small, but the recessed top panel reduces the usable height so that only liquid coolers with a thin [~1"] radiator will fit up top – the list of compatible coolers on Corsair’s site is wrong. And while the case allows mounting a radiator at the side or front, the roughly 12" long hoses on many coolers [e.g. my Corsair H105] won’t reach. Mounting conventional hard drives is also problematic, though the included 3 SSD mounts are great. The thumb-screws for the hard drive cage are on the side facing the rear of the case [they’d be better facing the side panel]. With the power supply installed, you can’t get to those screws unless you move the cage towards the front [because of the cables], but that means you can’t insert or remove the drives because of the side panel to mount fans or a radiator. A more serious problem is airflow for drive cooling. The side of the cage has 2 slots but they don’t allow enough airflow with a fan installed to the lowest position on the front panel – I had to add a 60mm fan blowing directly on the drives. I don’t regret buying the case, but if I’d known about the problems, including the hassle of returning 2 cases, I would have looked harder at alternative brands/models.