Summary: Just installed this a week ago to replace another brand that went bad in 1 year. Like the many cable options and bag to hold the unused cables.I'd have no problem at this time recommending Corsair to friends.
Summary: Used this for my first build and loved it. Very intuitive connections. Completely modular. Decided to test its output by connecting 5 external hard drives, a printer, a scanner and 3 flash sticks to my newly built system (in short connected something to each USB 2.0, USB 3.0, and FireWire ports). Not even a blip or a hiccough! Excellent PSU.
Summary: Came in cloth bag with cloth pouch for the modular cables. Overwelmed with the amount of cabling supplied for every need and build. It even powered up and performed as it should out of the box. The only confusion came (didn't read the instructions at first) with the 4 pin processor plug. There was an 8 pin instead. Problem solved after instructions stated it could be seperated into two 4 pins plugs (Opps...).
Summary: This PSU is of great build quality and was very nice and easy to install. The only problem was that it was incompatible with my Asus M5AA9X EVO mobo. It took a long time to diagnose the problem but it turns out that some corsair PSU's don't work with some Asus mobo's.
Excerpt: I purchased this power supply looking for something that was modular. I was greatly surprised how corsair neatly packaged their cables in a nice bag and the PSU encased in foam. I knew I bought a really good product. The modular capability of this PSU allowed me to really clean up my wiring and remove unnecessary ones. Modding this PSU was fairly easy as well when I sleeved all of my cables. For the price you really get your bang for your buck.