I bought one, and I'm going to get another for a friend. I'm surprised how quickly it arrived, considering it came from the other side of the world, just one week to the UK after dispatch.
The finish is great and it clips in safely with everything safe but accessible. The power being relocated to the rear is great, and allows for really tidy cable management, and also leaves lots of space even if you have a large usb-mounted device like an XBMC remote control sensor.
The smokey grey removable top cover is the best thing as it is both classy and allows access even when the Pi is connected and powered up, and I can stack all kinds of stuff on top of it, and the case can easily accommodate GPIO cable and so forth. If I need to connect the camera I can take off the cover in seconds.
If I can get access to my University's Laser Cutter and the CNC machine I could easily run up replacement top covers in different plastics or additional slots, or even Aluminum.. there are so many possibilities for mods with this case: I'm also thinking of creating a baffle for the Pi's blinkenlights - there is a slot inside the case where a baffle could slot in; and as the Micro-USB reroute can be easily tapped into I might install a reset switch, to turn it back on following safe shutdown
I've used 4 different cases including a Pibow and a Modmypi case and this is easily the best-designed case of them all.