Once the PSU installation was completed, we had no further issues with the SilverStone Sugo SG03. In fact, as you can see below it barely looks like anything is even installed. With this case being extremely compact we were initially concerned about the case's ability to keep the system running cool, but when using the Toledo i965R, Intel Pentium D 820, 2GB of DDR2, and an ATI Radeon X1800XL we had run into no thermal problems. The CPU was idling in the low 40s (Celsius) with the SilverStone Nitrogon NT06, while under load it had spiked at about 50°C. Outside of the quantitative performance, once we were finished with the PC installation we really liked the design and it looked great when running.
At first when seeing the CeBit SG03 pictures surface we were uncertain whether the Sugo Pak would work with the SG03. However, SilverStone had assured us that it would, and it did indeed fit. The Sugo Pak was obviously designed with the SG01 in mind, but we had no problems safely transporting the new Sugo around in a Sugo Pak. The Sugo Pak is a truly well built and multi-functional bag -- more information is available in our Phoronix review. Other uses for this bag can be found in this Phoronix Forums thread.