When Raijintek offered us this case for our budget endeavours, we were pleasantly surprised by the quality of the interior. As technology journalists, when we get a case that costs less than £50, we never really expect much from it – whether it’s the build materials, interior features, or whatever, you’re usually short-changed with a budget case. Underwhelming would be an understatement. Raijintek’s Arcadia case, however, ain’t half bad. The interior’s roomy, there’s a ton of included accessories, support for 2.5-inch drives and 3.5-inch tool-less drives, acceptable cooling support, and even room in the back for some cable management. You could even fit a 240mm all-in-one liquid cooler in the roof if you wanted to.