Whenever a manufacturer does something special we surely do appreciate it. Now that also means that some of you won't like it, but the Take In Win's D-Frame is precisely that. Its design is nothing more than a thick steel roll-cage to which motherboard, PSU, and drive trays are latched onto, covered by little more than perforated metal sheets.
The design allows you to both use it as an open-ended case while placing it by its sides (for overclocking) as TPU reports today, or upright, for spreading gobs and gobs of jelly at LAN-parties. Measuring about 305 x D668 x 482 mm, the D-Frame fits in standard ATX, micro-ATX, and mini-ITX motherboards, with room for long PSUs, a 5.25-inch drive, three 3.5-inch ones, and two 2.5-inchers.