The Raidmax Skyline comes equipped with four 120mm internal cooling fans and one 80mm fan on the windowed side panel. The front of the case is adorned with power and reset buttons as well as headhpone/microphone jacks and two USB ports. No E-SATA here!
The Skyline case itself has a nice look to it. A high gloss finish and the brushed aluminum facade give it some real potential. The construction is extremely light and as a consequence, fairly flimsy. The first thing I noticed was that all the drive bay place holders in the front of the case were loose enough to rattle. The steel construction is very thin and extremely sharp. This is a case that will make you wish you had chain-mail gloves. The surfaces on the inside are starkly unfinished and a contrasting opposite to the flashy exterior.
The tool-less accessories were a bit more simple than others I have seen, using only plastic with no metal parts. The ventilation was the upside to all of this with plenty of vents to breathe and adequate fans to move air.