The nicest thing is probably the pre-sorted screw container, which presents standoffs, board, drive, PSU, and other screws in neatly organized layout.
The power supply bay is also at a slight angle, we suppose, like an underground car garage. That’s probably worth another $100, and then there are little hinges on the feet that look (genuinely) high-quality.
In all seriousness, it is a nice looking enclosure: Three fan ports with radiator support, all blasting at the GPU, aluminum housing for drive installation, an aluminum support beam underneath (can be stood vertically), and internally routed cabling for the front-panel connectors. Granted, those are a bit pointless in an open air bench.
The PSU makes up a non-trivial amount of the cost, with its 3x 12v rails at 92% efficiency with 1065W available.
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- Steve “Lelldorianx” Burke