The plastic front of the case is simple and full featured for its size. The arrangement of the drive bays and front IO panel allows for the end user to have the case in either vertical tower or horizontal desktop arrangement.
The case has indentations on two of the side panels for placement of the feet, In Win even ships the 4 rubber stick on feet loose. All you have to do is decide witch way you want it. Its a good idea to use them too, as the finsh can be messed up by sliding it around.
On the back of the case you can see the two security locks for the case. One is for a padlock and the other is a Kensington slot.
The nice thing about the padlock loop is that it can be rotated out of the way if you don’t need it.