As I mentioned earlier, the X-QPack 2 is available in black, silver, blue, green, red, and gold with a 3-window top and side panel and black or silver without a window. There are front-mounted I/O ports as well as a temperature monitoring LCD panel. There is an 80mm fan in the front and a 120mm fan in the rear, and our model came with the 500 watt power supply already installed. The specs on this PSU are good, probably overkill for most micro-ATX boards unless you're using an add-on video card. Here are the complete specs from Apevia's website.
Tearing into the box, we find the X-QPack 2 protected by a layer of plastic with styrofoam end caps. Each of the window panels as well as the plastic front bezel are all protected further by sheets of static plastic wrap, the windows both inside and out. This helps to prevent any scratching or rubbing during shipping that can mar the softer plastic surfaces. The painted aluminum surface seems very durable and does not show any marks from being inside the box.