Well, just got through replacing all components from my Thermaltake XaserIII full tower to my thermaltake XaserV Damier V6000A. I must say that since I'm new to all this, I was happy to see that when power was turned on it WORKED!
The biggest problem I had was with the fan control...too many wires, but I got through it and it works fine.
One thing, the USB connectors on the top of the case are not working. I called Thermaltake and they are going to send new connector wires. I checked the motherboard connections and all are connected. The tech said that it could be faulty wires. So, I'm going to try that first and hopely it will work. If not they will replace the connector sockets.
Other than that, the case looks great. And eventhough it has two less fans it keeps cooler temps. The XaserIII had seven but all were 80mm fans and the speed was constant around 2000rpm. The new one has five fans with three being 90mm and two of the three can be controlled by two large knobs in front of case door from as low as 1500 to 3500rpms. The fan control has an LCD with blue light and it gives you the fan rpms and the temps of the three temp probes.
All in all, I'm happy with the case and happy that I put it together and it did not BLOW-UP!