In the very top is a 200mm red LED exhaust fan.
The motherboard tray has a very large cut out for accessing the CPU backing plate. There are also several wire routing holes along the sides. The rear exhaust vent can accept up to a 120mm fan. The expansion slots are not tool less, but they are all mesh so that will help with air flow out of the case.
Removing the front panel is easy. Behind it we can see the 5.25” to 3.5” bay adapter pre-installed, as well as the front 200mm red LED intake fan.
The back of the front panel has a mesh filter that is screwed to the front bezel so it can be removed to be cleaned.
Moving around to the right we can see the back of the motherboard tray. There is 25.5mm or 1” of space between the tray and case side for running wires. To help keep things tidy there are several tabs for tying wires to.
In the bottom center is a set of what looks like a set of jumper pins. There is also a power distribution block for controlling the LED lighting on the case. The manual for the Survivor has the pin out for it; basically, it is for all the fans, LED leads and the Phoenix logo on the case front.