Moving on to the interior of the case, we see the two designated spots for mounting hard drives above the power supply. The motherboard standoffs are pre-installed for full size ATX motherboards, which is a nice touch that speeds up installation.
Here is a close up of the two hard drive trays and the mounts for where the rear case fans could go.
The left side panel can be removed as it too comes with a pair of thumb screws. The motherboard tray is not moved in and is solid, which makes it impossible to run wires behind. With the power supply mounted on the bottom of the case nearly all the wires will be visible as they have to come up and along the motherboard to reach all the hardware.
Taking a peak inside toward the front one can see all the front panel connectors and front 120mm blue LED case fan. There is an additional 120mm fan bracket, which can be use for additional air cooling or one could mount a radiator for a watercooling kit here. Also take notice of the holes above the PCIe/PCI slots. These holes give you a straight shot at the screws that hold down things like your video cards, raid controllers and audio cards.