To tell you the truth, I am not much into medieval things, dragons, or even getting off my lazy butt to go to a LAN. IF you are into all of these things, you are in luck, as Thermaltake offers a way for you to be armored up and take on the competition and vanquish your enemies. If you are not into all of that, like me, I still think Thermaltake made a very nice mid tower chassis. I am more of a simple and sleek case lover, and even though the A90 is shaped and molded like armor plating, it still has an appeal to the masses.
I can't really pick on anything Thermaltake did wrong in or out of the Armor A90. So I will just point out the things I did like. Painting a chassis inside and out is a must on my list, one check in the plus column. It needs to be unique, and something not everyone else on the planet has, check two for Thermaltake. Tool-less drive bays, dust filters for the power supply and the intake, different fan options, the list just goes on and on, and I didn't even touch on the cable management, which is really good in the A90 by the way.
It is sad, but $100 will barely get you a night out on the town with a friend or spouse these days. I mean let's be honest; the all mighty dollar isn't what it used to be. With that in mind, I feel what is offered inside and out of the A90 is worth what the MSRP is set at. While it isn't setting the bar for best bang for the buck, it is definitely a contender for those with a bit of extra money to spend to get it right the first time when buying. Finding one for sale is easy, getting the best deal takes a bit of work. Right in the middle of all of them you will find the Armor A90 from Thermaltake listing at Newegg for $89.99 plus shipping, bringing the total to just under $110 currently. I would suggest, if you like the exterior that is, you take a long hard look at the A90 when building or re-housing your mid tower build.