The way I see it, now it's basically NZXT Lexa vs. Cooler Master Praetorian 730 vs. Antec P180.
Lexa pros: Light enough to carry easily (comes with a case of sorts), very cool, and quiet, power button outside the door.
Lexa cons: Some say it is flimsy (which cannot be too big of an exxageration, it weighs 12 pounds), the front panel is plastic, weird exterior, ports come on the left.
Praetorian pros: Ports and power button in all of the right places (for me, at least), solid construction, sleek-looking.
Praetorian cons: The least quiet of the bunch (but still quiet) and rather heavy (22 pounds); most expensive as well. If I'm getting it it'll be on a rebate or sale.
P180 pros: Solid, quiet, cool; very good construction, it'll look nice next to the fridge
P180 cons: HEAVY
33 pounds or so. Yeesh. That's the price you have to pay for cool'n'quiet, though. Power button's on the inside of the door. Also, once the door is open....it's kinda ugly.
Basically it's ultralight vs. midweight vs. heavyweight. It gets pretty subjective from here on out, but I'm sure you guys have some opinions to give
The P180 is very popular. The power button location just irks me. Maybe I'm being nitpicky, but I don't want to have to open the case (and expose the less-than-beautiful interior
) just to turn it on.