Removing the side we see there is an arm with two 80mm blue LED fans. The accessory kit sits just inside of the case tucked by the door. The inside of the case features a fully black painted interior with red highlights on the drive bays. There are five 5.25” bays that face the front of the case and five 3.5” bays that are turned 90 degrees to allow for easy access. Removing the back side panel we can see there is a large cutout for easy access to the mainboard backplate. Turning the case around we can see that attention to cable routing was done with tie-downs and passthrough holes.
Going back to the front of the case I removed the bezel to look at installing an optical drive and have a closer look in general. One word of caution here, the card reader fits in a slot in the top portion of the case. Removing the front bezel by pulling on it tweaked it slightly, though I was able to re-seat it without damaging the card reader. My mistake, but something to be aware of. You can also see the large 120mm front fan that brings in air right over the HDD bays. You can also see the top two 120mm fans and the rear 120mm fan. The last picture shows the tooless optical drive setup. With the bezel off it was easy to insert a drive which just clicked into place. I was then able to proceed with the rest of the hardware install.