As a whole, the PC-TU200 is an interesting case. Once put together I don’t think you can’t find a better option for portability while still being able to fit such a powerful build inside of it. That being said, you really need to plan out your build before starting to build in this case. Specifically with the power supply, if you don’t plan on picking up a shorter PSU you will have to remove the hard drive cage just to fit everything like we did. Doing this will limit your storage options. I also wasn’t a fan of the amount of space behind the motherboard tray, even though there isn’t a window, this limits how much cabling you can hide to keep airflow in the case open. Once everything was together and I was past the issues with the PSU I really enjoyed my time with the PC-TU200. Paired up with the Thermaltake Battle Bag I was able to carry my whole setup into an event with one hand free for opening the door. Looking back to a few LAN’s that I have been at where you have to take your rig a long distance, both my back and feet would be very thankful of this rigs portability. That is why we did the case up in vinyl. This will be my portable LAN rig for some time in the future.