The fact that the 2.5" drive sits directly on the floor of the case doesn't exactly offer one much comfort (pic below). And you need pretty nimble fingers to attach the SATA cables to the 2.5" drive after it is fitted on the case.
There are other annoyances too. The manufacturer has provided six screws for securing the motherboard and a 2.5" drive. One needs eight.
Where do these additional screws come from? If you are a geek and have a thousand of them lying around, it is of no import. But what about Joe Bloggs?
Given that mini-ITX boards do not have IDE connectors or FDD connectors, it would have been a much better idea for Lian Li to make a power supply for the box - and even sell it separately if they wanted to increase their profit margins.
Using a standard supply just clogs up the entire box as there are wires hanging all over the place. One cannot use anything more than two SATA devices so all the connectors hanging off the standard PSU are a waste.
The case has provision for a CPU fan that is up to 70mm high. There is plenty of ventilation for passive cooling. It cost me $106.70, inclusive of freight from Sydney to Melbourne.