Gather round, children. I have a tale to tell of new cases from the gods of aluminium, Lian-Li. First up, the mITX sweetie, PC-Q25. No external drives allowed. My, oh my! Next up, the mATX/mITX love child of a V series and a TYR series case cut down to size, the PC-V353. More holes than your average Swiss cheese, removable motherboard tray and space for 30 cm graphics cards. What more do you want! (I could think of a few things tbh...) And finally, the new wunderkind, the PC-90. The first *midi tower* which can hold an HPTX-sized motherboard. And a 40 cm graphics card (do they build them that long now?). And introducing a whacky new way of mounting your hard disk drives. And featuring a renaissance of top-mounted PSUs. All that lovable goodness crammed into a standard-sized midi tower. How ever do they do it?