Thought I would give you guys a look at the Antec ISK100 - Foxconn build.Here is a shot of the front.
You'll notice there is no space for an optical drive. Since I didn't want to use one in this build, it was preferable.Here is a shot of the case with the 100mm x 15mm fan.
It was a little loud at stock speed. I used a Zalman fanmate to regulate the speed down to a suitable level.Here is a look at the components going inside.
No PSU since the ISK has a 90W included.Here is a shot of the HDD mount and PSU.
Here is everything installed.
I ran into a couple of issues. First, the provided back panel cover would not line up with the outputs. Don't know whether to blame Foxconn or Antec, but a little trimming took care of the problem. The second thing is the Foxconn power plug is all the way across the MB from the PSU and the power cable just barely reached it. A couple of the wires are quite tight and one should keep this in mind if considering this case. If I had been using 2 DIMMs, it would not have worked. As you can see, the fanmate fits nicely down in the bottom of the case.
Once the cover is replaced, the fan blows directly on the heatsinks and temps stay nice and cool. I would have to say that this case has the best airflow of any of the smaller Mini-ITX cases I have encoutered. I am using it upright in the provided stand and BR playback through Sage has oddly been better than I got with the Asus build
done earlier this year. All settings are the same and used the same display, so I don't know whats going on with that.