So I've been out of this for a very long time as far as building(like 486 long time ago lol), so i've been researching some things and have some case questions. Case 1. This case seems to cover the basics, usb 3.0,external drive bays(for back up hdd swaps for my video editing) But only 2 fans, might get warm? But budget man is it cheap 22.00 right now on new egg https://www.newegg.com/Product/Prod...&cm_re=pc_gaming_cases-_-11-353-056-_-Product DIYPC Solo-T1-R Black USB 3.0 ATX Mid Tower Case 2. This one has three fans, but only one external 5.25 bay and no internal 5.25 bays(but 3x 3.5's) Slightly more, but still very "budget" minded at 32.00 DIYPC Alnitak-BK Black USB 3.0 ATX and Micro-ATX Mid https://www.newegg.com/Product/Prod...&cm_re=pc_gaming_cases-_-11-353-081-_-Product Case 3. This case is the highest on the budget list so far, but seems to have alot of options as far as layouts are concerned. Only comes with 2 fans but has many places for more and can support radiators. Its double the cost of option one, but with more advertised layout options and still not "expensive @ 49.00 its looking like my number 2 choice Fractal Design Focus G Mystic Red ATX Mid Tower Computer Case https://www.newegg.com/Product/Prod...&cm_re=pc_gaming_cases-_-11-352-074-_-Product Case 4.This one so far is my favorite, as its very budget minded and seems to have a decent layout 3.0 and 3 fans. External and internal bays and is on sale for 29.00 https://www.newegg.com/Product/Prod...&cm_re=pc_gaming_cases-_-11-353-057-_-Product Number 5. Just because it "fits the same requirements as 4, but i might bne missing something in the layout of either. And is on sale for 29.00 DIYPC Zondda-O Black USB 3.0 ATX Mid Tower https://www.newegg.com/Product/Prod...&cm_re=pc_gaming_cases-_-11-353-061-_-Product Anyway these are the cases ive started looking at, and not sure exactly what hold backs each one would have.