It is interesting that some people who are really into computer hardware and electronic devices are also car enthusiasts. Our Editor-in-Chief, Jonathan Kwan, is one example. Although he has a pretty nice mid-size sedan as his daily driver, that does not stop him from checking out new cars just for reference for future car purchasing. There are three cars he is particularly interested in: The BMW 340i xDrive, Mercedes-AMG C43, and Lexus IS350. Both the BMW 340i xDrive and the Mercedes-AMG C43 are turbocharged, therefore they have tremendous acceleration performance. As a non-turbocharged car, the Lexus IS350 has nice naturally aspirated engine sound, and a set of incredible leather bucket seats in my opinion. After test driving them all, I think he likes the Mercedes-AMG C43 the most, because it has the power and torque to have the fastest acceleration among other choices; and in terms of interior quality, the Mercedes-AMG C43 is also the best. Another nice feature of the Mercedes-AMG C43 is the majority of the car's chassis is made out of aluminum, which has the best combination of weight, strength, and corrosion resistance. However, different people have different opinions; I personally like steel and iron instead of aluminum. I guess this is why I enjoyed watching those Chevrolet commercial videos about their steel trucks versus all-aluminum Ford trucks. For a computer case company, it is important to use as many materials they as can find to make cases: Steel, plastic, aluminum, and even glass to satisfy different customers. The majority of today’s review unit, the In Win 303, is made out of exclusively steel and glass. Yes, this sounds like it would be my choice of computer case. Can it make me a satisfied customer? Let us find out.