If you haven’t figured it out by now, then I’m not sure what to tell you so you can understand why a reviewer has to say yes to an In Win case. The build quality is excellent. The ease of access excellent. The cable management is excellent. The aesthetics are excellent. While the case had moments that I would categorize as a learning curve, I literally can’t think of one negative to point out against the 301. If white isn’t your preference, they even have a black design to change up the flavor.
If I told you $1000+ cases exist, you’d probably agree with me, or you’d know that In Win is the proud owner of at least two of them. I wouldn’t blame you if you were ready for a $100+ price tag on the 301, but it turns out to be a reasonable and available at $70. I’ve had to do a lot of shopping in the budget arena for cases like this and I have to say, that isn’t a bad price, especially when you consider the level of quality involved. As a result, it’s easy to award the In Win 301 Gaming Chassis the Pure Overclock Editor’s Choice Award!