Bij Deez Tech hebben ze een review gepost van de InWin Q500 ATX Full Tower Case, een vrij populaire bigtower. Hier heb je een gedeelte uit de review.
The InWin is a full tower ATX case with a 300 Watt power supply. It features five 5 1/4" drive bays, six 3 1/2" drive bays, a drawer style sliding motherboard tray, and a removable hard drive cage. The case cover consists of three removable panels, one on top and the rest on the sides, which after removing the one screw that holds them in place, they slide out quite easily. The case stand consists of four plastic legs, which swing out for better stability and support.
The front panel accomodates the main power switch, a reset switch, a power LED and no less than two hard drive LEDs. I guess they are expecting you to put a lot of hard drives in that case. The first thing that crabs your attention about the case, is its sheer size. Being a full tower, a big size comes with the territory. This is definitely not a case that you will be taking with you to local LAN parties.The inside of the case has more than enough room for even the most demanding of users. There is a slot right above the power supply for an additional power supply complete with screw halls and vents. The very top of the case accomodates two of the six 3 1/2" bays. One of them is for your floppy drive, and the other is for an additional hard drive. That is after you have completely filled out your hard drive tray at the bottom of the case. Below you will find the mechanical drawing of the case. You can clearly see how it comes apart. This diagram came with the case, so I scanned it and modified it to fit my needs for this review. I believe the manufacturer's site has a similar diagram on-line.