The X-Supra has no stealth door. Personally, I think that it looks very attractive without one. I really like the metallic blue color, which is only on the bezel and around the control panel on a thin anodized aluminum sheet. The finish on the case is a textured satin black.
The front fan vent is a first for me on an Apevia case, and I really like it - it sets off the entire scheme of the bezel. I have to say that this is the most attractive front on an Apevia case I've seen.
The control panel is on the top front of the case, with a fan controller, I/O and reset buttons. The USB, IEEE 1394 and audio ports are about mid-case. This case is designed to sit below the desk surface. The fan controller knob is pretty large and everything is chromed.
The side panel is exactly like the X-Telstar, with the same fitted, shaped window, that isn't stealthed. The rear is pretty basic, with a large honeycomb style grill over the rear fan and vents in the PCI area.