The Level 10 GTS chassis has been available to enthusiasts for a while now, but Thermaltake has issued a press release perhaps in a bid to further boost visibility. The case is essentially the smaller sibling of its much bigger Level 10 and Level 10 GT counterparts, with some key designs kept intact. The mid-tower Level 10 GTS retains its predecessor's exterior design, 4 EasySwap PitStop HDD bays, the useful cable management features, tool-free drive mechanisms along with the HDD security lock system. By default the system uses a 20cm front Blue LED Fan and a 12cm fan at the rear for cooling, with room for more fans from top to bottom. Graphics cards of up to 315mm in length can be accommodated with ease, and it's also built to handle 175mm tall CPU coolers, with support for WATER2.0 liquid cooling solutions. Storage-wise, the Level 10 GTS offers additional flexibility with QuickLink and FaceCloud integration, enabling easier remote access to stored data. So while it's considerably less flashy than the Level 10 and Level 10 GT, the ThermalTake Level 10 GTS looks like a solid mid-tower offering.