When it’s all said and done and we look back at all of our testing. There was one major issue that still bothers me. The original Scout had two 140mm fans and one 120mm fan. This time around the Scout 2 only comes with a single 120mm LED fan. Sure it does cool enough to get the job done as well as slightly light up the interior with the red color. I feel like they went backwards when we are seeing two or more fans in cases that are much cheaper than the Scout 2. We did gain USB 3.0 and a new fresh styling that should help push the Scout forward for the next few years, but you are going to end up dropping in a few more fans in the future adding to the cost of the Scout 2. At just under $100 it is actually cheaper than when the original came out, but it is a little high in today’s market, especially when you consider the fans you may need. I hope Cooler Master reconsiders their decision to go with so few fans. They put together a case that has everything we loved about the original (other than its cooling), and packed it in a familiar but fresh look. As a big fan of the original I was very disappointed that they managed to get so close to hitting the mark yet still missed.