Also, is it just me, or does resorting to more traditional ATX dimensions totally miss the point of the Pandora? The Pandora design was just as much its svelte dimensions as it was the gorgeous sweeping side panels. Yes, the Pandora didn't quite hit the mark, but only needed half inch in width and an inch in height to make it work better. But this ATX version seems to be, well, normal ATX size. Also, the original Pandora was rare in having 5 slots for Micro ATX, something rarely done and nicely thought out by Bitfenix. But a standard 7 for the ATX version? Where's the foresight now?
I'm sorry, but curved side panels panels and a ICON screen don't make a Pandora. This might has well be a Shinobi or Ronin skeleton with different panels.
And dear God, do we really need another budget case Bitfenix?