As a diehard Calgary Flames fan, I have been following this hockey team since they made the Stanley Cup Finals in 2003. Even after the more recent blowup and rebuild of the organization, I have not wavered in my adoration. But ask me what makes me boil about the Flames, and I would say that Calgary's team lacks any finish. Every game I watch, I see an amazing beginning followed by an even more amazing fall in the third period. They would come out of the gate, sticks swinging and skates speeding down the ice. With decent goaltending, the Flames would head into the first intermission with a feeling of safety, and all of a sudden, like a light switch, they stop trying. They just seem to give up the best of leads. Watching more and more, you can tell the root cause of this issue is the Flames think they have already won. This kind of “foot off the pedal” mentality has plagued the Flames, placing them near the bottom of the Western Conference. Of course, this is supposed to be their reconstructing year, but if they just played badly the entire year, I would have nothing to say of this (And I also would need to find another introduction topic, haha). The fact they give an impression that they cannot hold steady throughout gives an early false sense of security for the team, making it really hard to be a fan. Likewise, if computing products were like the Calgary Flames, where they do not have the ability to finish the job, they would come under the ire of reviewers like me. No one wants a product that has one or two features that stand out, but fails in other areas. Rather, the best product would be something that impresses from the beginning to the end. When I see the Cooler Master Storm SF-15, do I see a product with a pretty face, or something with more substance? Is it something that stays consistent, whether good or bad? Read on to find out!