At first glance we see that the Warlock has a single 135mm fan, blue cabling and is not modular. I've had a few non-modular power supplies lately, and though modular construction is nice, I don't have a problem with non-modular construction on budget-priced PSUs; it just takes a little work to hide the extra cables.
The case is aluminum, in a very shiny gunmetal color, that Apevia calls titanium. The spec label is on top of the case, and won't be visible when the PSU is installed. I've seen a lot of complaints about the specs label being on the visible side of a PSU, hiding the finish, so those people should be happy with this one.
The case isn't overly large, and should fit in all mid-towers. It shouldn't interfere with blowhole fans.
One of the highlights of the Warlock line is the acrylic windows, showing what is inside. If you've wanted to see the guts of a power supply but were afraid to void your warranty, here are the innards in all their glory. More on the interior in a minute.
There are three switches on the rear of the power supply: the I/O switch, the voltage switch and a color changing button. Yes, that's right, you can change the colors on the LED fan: red, green and blue.