That's the SG07 (one of my favorite cube chassis) but cubes don't stack well with other AV equipment or fit on the shelfs of many TV stands. My chassis also uses an ATX supply. It will come with 500w (continous) with 36a to 44a on a "pair of 12v rails" (depending on which PSU I use). Electronically speaking, 99% of these dual/tripple/quad-rail supplies really only have one 12v rail.
There isn't a "one-case-fits-all" solution for everyone but it -was- out of need (5 years ago) that I started it's development. I couldn't find a retail chassis with this footprint and still can't. The concept has since been stolen/cloned by Dell, FalconNW, iBuypower, and Digital Storm. Silverstone has a failed attempt coming with focus on water cooling. I didn't feel there was a need for water cooling. The chassis was intended for the home theater gamer not the enthusiest who wants to max out everything but it still has plenty of overclocking and mod potential.