Light Gaming, the usual. So I overpaid for my case, because it came with a 500w power supply. That power supply (besides being crap) only had one 6 pin PCIe connection, and the GPU needed two or an 8 pin. Fry's had the 850w TT on sale for $99 with a $20 mail in rebate. Can't beat that for a tier 2 PSU, even though it is way too big for the system I kind of like the look of the case, however it was my 7yo son who insisted we get that one. Also, I wanted to build immediately, so I was limited to parts I could get from Fry's or Best Buy, price-matching online sellers, and on a couple items even beating them. So far I like it, it's super fast and haven't run into any major issues. I already had the monitor, mouse, keyboard, storage drives, and optical drive from my last '10 build, and Athlon II x3 and GTX 460. Otherwise I probably would have chose different options for those.
For a cheap case this it isn't bad. There are no quick disconnects on the drive bays, so if you swap drives alot you may not like it. I don't so that's fine. It comes with 2 fans, the front has white LEDs and the rear is not lit. My fairly large XFX RX 580 card fit without issue. The plastic feels a little cheap, like it could break easily, so I'll probably want to be gentle with it. The side window could be larger.
Had it for a few years and sometimes the keys don't register a press, even with new batteries. May possibly be tied to how far away the USB receiver is from the keyboard, as I had more problems with the computer was on the floor under the desk than I do now with it sitting on the desk. Otherwise it's not bad.
This is a good wireless mouse, but it may not be adequate for high end gaming.