The HDD gets rails and is moved in its place:
And finally you’ve got to connect all the cables:
It’s the cables that are a problem: you can see those noodles even when the case is closed.
Behind the PSU there is a heap of loose cables that is perfectly visible through the side window:
The unusual layout of the case plays a bad trick here. It takes a very patient person and a lot of braces to lay all the cables neatly in it. And the result won’t quite match ordinary ATX solutions that take about half an hour to assemble, including the laying-out of cables.
The material and quality of the chassis are much better than those of the previous two models, and the door closes normally even with the speed controller installed:
Highs: Good exterior design, a side 25cm fan, a high-quality chassis
Lows: “Upside-down” layout, no BTX panel included, not easy to assemble
Summary: I have fewer complaints about this one than about the former two cases. It is more or less worthy of its price of $110, but it is not quite assembly-friendly. It will suit those people who want a big fan and who assemble their computer once and for a very long time.