The Element G is one of the better cases that I have seen in a while. This includes cases from Lancool, Coolermaster and other Thermaltake cases. I think Thermaltake was reading my mind, as well as many others, when it came up with the interior of this case. The first thing that hits you is it is all black inside. With every manufacturer making black components like motherboards, coolers and video cards, it is easy to get a dark theme going with this case. The interior of the Element G is not made of some weak and filmsy metal we have seen in many cases, but a heavy SECC alloy that makes it very sturdy.
There are a ton of minor features that will make a lot of people fall for it too. These features include fan speed and color control via one knob. The shiftable colors between blue, green, red and combinations of all three is another reason to go crazy over the Element G. For those fat in the wallet, the Element G can hold SSD drives without the use of adpaters.
The Element G can use just a millimeter or two more space between the right side panel and motherboard tray. The area can get a little tight back there. It also lacks in the I/O area as well. It's missing firewire and eSATA ports, but there are plenty of USB connections. Last, the slot covers for the expansion slots in the rear are spot welded to the case meaning that you would have to twist and turn to remove them. They are not vented and there aren't any extra to replace the ones removed.
Overall a great case for a gamer as well as a professional.