Opening up the case reveals a large internal area. Some things that might pop out are the two black devices on 3.5″ and 5.25″ bays. And the location of the power supply.
Towards the front of the case are six 3.5″ hard drive bays, one of which has tool-free device for installing. A 2.5″ HDD or SDD can be installed on the very bottom of the case. Above the internal drive bays is a single 3.5″ external drive bay and three 5.25″ drive bays, the top most having a tool-free device installed.
The power supply slot, being on the bottom of the case, has a small meshed section cutout for exiting airflow of the power supply. A bar also reaches across the bottom to support the power supply off of the bottom of the case. The bar is removable and can be moved in eight different positions. Above the power supply is your typical PCI slots with air holes, 120mm exhaust fan and I/O hole with panel.
On the top of the case is the 200mm Red LED fan. Also included inside of the case is all the User’s Manual and hardware for installation. I did notice a lot of extra thumbscrews in there though.