To make installation as easy as possible for you the user we have made an installation video. You can check it out below.
As far as installation goes it was great having the removable motherboard tray. This means you can install your motherboard outside of the case where you have more room.
One thing I did not like that much about the installation was that I had to remove one of the bottom fans to install the power supply in the front of the case. This might not have been a big deal, but you have to remove a total of 4 screws just to get to the fan, then 4 more to take it out. This just seems like a lot of work to get to a single fan. It would have been easier to install the power supply through the front of the case.
The removable motherboard tray fits nicely inside of the case either way you want to install it, normal ATX or reverse ATX. Motherboard trays are something that has gone away recently. Hardly any cases use them, not even high-end cases. They make the maintenance and installation of your system extremely easy.
Once you have everything installed in the case there is still a lot of room to work with. Routing your cables is easily done and even though there are only 2 large cable routing holes that is all that is really needed. There a quite a few smaller cable routing holes that make routing other cables like your bottom headers and CPU power very easy.
When you turn the system on you will notice that the accents on the top and the front of the case light up bright blue. This really sets the case off and will definitely bring attention to your case if you are at a LAN party. These lights can be turned off and on using a button on the top of the case.