If you've seen the movie Eragon, then you might know a bit of the story behind the Dragon Riders. In the beginning, Dragon Riders were meant to keep the peace between the Dragons and Elves. However, after some time, their role turned into a protector role for everyone. Their duty was to keep the peace amongst all races. In order to control the Dragons, the rider had to gain a telepathic bond that only took effect when a Dragon's egg chose them. This bond would keep them together for life and if one perished, the other would go mad. There is a series of novels, called the Inheritance Cycle, written by Christopher Paolini, showing the rise and fall of the Dragon Riders.
The basic PC user doesn't ask much of a computer case. Just house the components so that everything works. I have built many systems with budget oriented computer cases. These cases lack just about every feature that an enthusiast needs. The needs of a true enthusiast are vast. We demand proper airflow, space for anything we can throw at it, tons of extra inputs, and eye pleasing aesthetics. Liquid coolers are huge and take up a ton of space. SLI and Crossfire are becoming more of a standard so airflow and space is a big concern.
The In Win Dragon Rider answers every enthusiasts' needs. The Dragon Rider is built as a large full tower. This form factor allows a tremendous amount of room within. There is enough space to fit 5 5.25" and 6 3.5" drives. The Dragon rider comes with a total of 4 120mm fans and a giant 220mm side panel fan. There is enough expandability to fit eleven 120mm fans, if needed. The top of the Dragon Rider has enough room to house a 240mm water cooling radiator. An excellent special feature is a CPU cooling fan behind the motherboard tray. Like so many other In Win cases, all drive bays and expansion slots are tool free.