After a recent bad streak of components dying on me, I feel that it's no longer economically sound to keep patching up my aging machine. Unfortunately, it's sitting on a discontinued socket (1366) so I'm pretty much starting from scratch here. So I'm looking at cases and I've decided to go Full Tower this time. I'm sure that a Mid-tower would probably be enough combined with good cable management but I've had enough problems with extra long Radeon cards and playing "SATA Cable Operation" that I appreciate the extra space. Also, I'm going for an air cooled machine, so it should help with the airflow.
In addition to the tower size, it needs USB 3.0 ports in the front and no transparent side panel if possible. Metal is preferred, but good build quality trumps it. I absolutely hate PCs that look like Christmas trees when working, so no default LEDs on the fans or case is a plus (ease of removal as well).
So far I've only looked at the Corsair Obsidian 700D (it seems to be out of stock everywhere) and the Silverstone TJ07 (no side panel, USB 3.0 model). Any suggestions?