Cooler Master has released a new chassis called the USP 100. Perhaps it has arrived just in time to hold some the new hardware Santa might be sending your way tomorrow.
Built with aluminum, the USP 100 is mostly black, but has a very red mesh front. It is a medium class of mid-tower, with four 5.25' drive bays, and six internal 3.5' drive bays. However there is enough room to fit up to a 11' video card comfortably (if you have something truly monstrous like a HD 5970, things might get a bit too tight, but for most cards you'll be okay).
Perhaps the most noteworthy feature of the case is that it comes with a 550W PSU. Cooler Master makes solid PSU's so unlike some other cases with pre-installed power supplies, you can be certain that you'll be getting one that is reliable. The PSU is an Extreme Power Plus model, with 32A over two 12V rails, six SATA connectors, and two PCIE connectors.
As for cooling, for a case with a price tag of about $100 USD, the situation is a bit weak -- when compared to something like the NZXT Hades also released recently, for example. The case only comes with a 120mm front intake fan -- but there is room for a bottom, rear and side fan.