Cooler Master have produced some stunning cases over the years, and they've also made the budget ones too - the Scout is neither.
Instead it's aimed as a halfway point between those 'premium' gaming cases (such as their ATCS 840, or the very close cousin the Sniper), giving some nice features but skimping on a few key points.
Most noticeable is the construction materials; namely steel and a lot of plastic. There aren't many dust filters used, and no vibration dampening anywhere to be found - but airflow is great, and there are some very smart design choices here too.
Pricewise it's not bad either, coming in at about AU$165 which is a little less than half that of the ATCS 840, and about eighty dollars less than the Sniper.
Is it good enough to be your next case? Jump into the gallery to have a look and decide, but if you're still unsure then make sure you grab a copy of Atomic in the future to see what we think of it!