I'm building a computer for the first time. I have a lot of experience with hardware and software, but have never actually built before. (I'm sure I'll be posting several more threads here before I'm done!) Anyway, I'm curious as to the best cases for under $50. I've been searching all day, and I've narrowed it down pretty well to my liking, but I'd like to get some opinions from others. I'm looking for something decent-looking, fairly sturdy (I won't be taking it to LAN parties or throwing it off of my roof or anything), and well-ventilated. Also, while I'm on the topic, what is recommended for the power supply? I've been reading several reviews, and it seems to me that any PSU that comes with a case just plain sucks. Is this true? Anyway, I'll leave you guys with a couple options I've found that I like at the moment. (Windowed cases with LED lights would be nice, but since it's something extra, I'm not looking exclusively at those kinds of cases. Some opinions on clear acrylic cases would be helpful, too. They seem pretty sweet.) Thanks guys!
A nice Powmax that caught my attention:
A bit more basic design: