Allow me to start my review of Silverstone's PS07 by talking about a completely different product - the Silverstone TJ08-E. The TJ08-E is a high end mATX case made by Silverstone that retails for a little over $100 CDN. The TJ08-E comes from Silverstone's Temjin series of cases, which is one of their highest lines. It's built around a great chassis design, and has a sharp looking brushed aluminum bezel. However, a price tag around $100 does make it a pricey case, especially considering how inexpensive mATX cases usually are. This is where Silverstone has done something a little out of the ordinary - they took the great chassis design behind the TJ08-E and built a less expensive case around it.
Despite having the same chassis as the TJ08-E behind it, the PS07 mATX case bears a much more affordable price tag. Silverstone has completely redesigned the front bezel, a mixture of plastic and aluminum this time, and they have also redone the internal cooling setup too (after all, the TJ08-E still needs a few advantages, right?). Today I have the PS07 here on my bench and will be transferring my mATX system into it for this review.