My vote is for either the PC60 or PC70 cases from Lian Li. Build quality is superb and the PC70 case I use easily swallows 5 SCSI drives and 3 SCSI CD-ROMs. It depends on how much expansion you plan to do, though.
The only real complaint I have is I wish they'd have used coarse threads on the thumbscrews, instead of fine threads with an aluminum case.
P4 2.5 Engineering Sample C1 stepping on Asus P4B266 w/512 MB PC2700
ATI Radeon 9700 Pro w/Sony E500
Adaptec 19160 SCSI w/Seagate X15, 2xQuantum Atlas 10kII 73.4GB, 2xSeagate 73LP 73.4GB
Pioneer 305S slot load DVD (SCSI), Plextor 40TSi (SCSI), Yamaha 2200S 20x burner (SCSI)
SB Live Platinum 5.1 w/Yamaha TSS1
Lian Li PC70 w/Enermax 531W p/s
P4 2.6C/ Gigabyte GA-8KNXP/ 512MB DDR400 Kingston PC3200 CL3/ 2 x Maxtor 60GB 7,200 ATA133/ ATi Radeon 8500 64MB Retail/ LG CD-R 24x-10x-40x / LG CD ROM 52x/ Chieftec Case + window/ Enermax 431 watt PSU/ Viewsonic G790 19"/ Windows 98 SE 3DMark 2001 score is 300 points worse than with my Athlon XP1700+ (9054 vs.9354 @290/290MHz + FSB 142MHz
Actually Antec has put out some new cases this year in their Performance series (ie. 630, 830, 1030, and 1240) including a Pluss and II model. These add front USB and FireWire and one adds a fan on the side. They also added a new color (to their Black and Beige) AMG (Antec Metalic Grey). Some of the closes of the Antec 1030 from Cheiftec. This is a good example:
AMD Phenom II x4 945 3Ghz | ASUS M4A77TD | 2X WD 1TB SATA 2 hard drive | 2x2GB Corsair XMS3 | nVidia GeForce 8800 GTS | ATI TV Wonder Theater Pro 550 | Antec P-160 case | Antec 650w Earth Watts | LG Blu-ray Super Drive | LG DVD RW | Windows 7 Pro