For step by step installation instructions be sure to check out our video below.
Installation did go pretty well, although there were some small issues. First the CPU power cable needs to either be routed through one of the side cable routing holes or brought up straight from your power supply. If you choose to use the routing holes it is unlikely that it will be able to reach. In our case we had to use an extension.
The rear case fan uses a molex power connection. This might not have been a big deal, but since there are no top cable routing holes you have to stretch the power cable across the case or connect it directly to the power supply. I would have liked to have seen a 3pin power connection here so I could connect the fan to my motherboard.
There is not a whole lot of space on the back of the motherboard tray. This is definitely a case where you will have to tie down your cables. AZZA does include two small zip ties and two larger ones, but you will most likely need more.