(pictures were from a cameraphone so apologies for the quality - better images at the Logic Supply website of course).
If you need your BeagleBone Black boxed up, there are worse ways. I thought it was very well made and quite flexible. The cover can be mounted at three heights, to accomodate capes (the gaps can then be used for wires and ribbon cables for example. I will probably fit the Olimex 1400mAH LiPo inside it too as shown here.
The case is steel (not aluminium) and in my opinion is extremely accurately cut and shaped. The case has sub-millimeter accuracy. The base and shell are less than a millimeter thick, yet extremely tough because of the choice of material.
All connectors are spot-on centered into their holes and the tiny narrow microSD card slot doesn't scrape or touch the card at all.
The board is held in place with four screws on permanently fitted metal stand-offs. The finished result is about the size of a pack of playing cards.
The exterior finish is a matt type, slightly roughened surface so not gloss shiny/smooth. I think the finish is great.
Initially I wasn't a fan of the D-Sub connector punch-out (I don't like using this connector for serial connections although it is a standard) but I now think it is a great idea, since it can serve as the I/O for 8 pins or more if a serial port is not desired. On the other side there is a circular punch-out ideal for coax shaped connectors or for a switch for example (approx 6.5mm dia hole measured with a ruler). These punch-outs mean that for many use-cases one may not need to ever drill any holes in the case.
Very narrow slots allow for all LEDs on the board to be visible.
Lots of spare screws are supplied in two sizes; the flush ultra-tiny ones shown in the photo earlier, or slightly larger pan-head. By only fitting two screws, the lid can become hinged.
The rear has punch-outs for providing screwed attachment to another surface, or thin vertical slots can be used for fitting to a metal chassis. Really nice engineering everywhere on this case.
Four thin rubber feet are supplied for optional fitting.
The case is not cheap but metal cases usually do cost more, and so this case is fairly good value for money especially if you want a case you can use as part of a demonstration for example.
Postal cost is quite low in Europe for this case shipped from Netherlands, so that helps too.
As a summary, the case is very nice and practical, and I think it is worth the cost.