DeepCool Matrexx 70 PC Chassis
Yes, it has the weirdest name ever, not Matrix, but rather Matrexx 70 (and yes with two x'es). This DeepCool mid-tower mainstream product looks really good with nice tempered glass elements. In fact, it's even ahs a glass basement plate internally, that covers the PSU area, a little weird sure. Deepcool offers good pricing for the series, especially considering the glass panels are a popular feature.
The inside doesn't disappoint either with space for an E-ATX, ATX, Micro-ATX or Mini-ITX motherboards. it can fit two 3.5 “drives along four 2.5” drives, space for several graphics cards up to 380 mm in length or 1x in vertical of up to 360 mm in length (which does not occupy more than 2 PCI slots) and space for a high-end CPU CPU Cooler up to 170 mm in height, and a power supply up to 200 mm deep. You could place 3x 120mm fans on the front and one back without lighting, in addition to being able to add 3x of 120/140mm on the top. At the backside, you will have 30 mm for managing the wiring, magnetic dust filter on the top next to other filters on the bottom and front. The IO panel holds two USB 3.0 ports + 1x USB 2.0.
The chassis can hold up-to E-ATX format motherboards as well as smaller Micro-ATX and Mini-ITX. You'll spot grommet holes that are unfortunately have not been rubberized, a spacious enough PSU compartment, everything is detailed in black.