I don't know if any of you remember. Back in 2016, I decided to build my own computer to use with Linux. Some of you helped me figure out what system I should build. The one mistake I made was the case I selected. I went with one that was too cheap. When I first got the case it was dented up. My dad helped me straighten it out. I've been using it since 2016. The face isn't very good. If you remove it, the cheap brittle plastic clips break. The front head phone jack went bad, and I had to remove the front to re solder it. I think I was able to get about another year out of it before it began to give me trouble again. Today I took the front off to re solder that same head phone jack again. This time I added some super glue. By the way, the head phone jack is working again. But as I was re feeding my wires back to the motherboard, I noticed that my USB 2.0 cord is bad. The little black plug that plugs into the motherboard has a bad wire. It appears that the manufacture didn't do a good job putting the plug together. The wire that goes down inside the plug let go and came out. It's not something I can solder back into place. Now I'm shopping for a new case.
I forgot to add, the screws strip out easy too. Not good if you need to get inside to check and clean things up!