Here’s the Armor A30, only the fan section is actually ventilated. The rest is stylized to fit the case. The front of the case is actually indented to give you a place to store flash drives, your phone, or any other small devices.
Here’s the front of the Armor A30, with the aid of flash you can see the LEDs for HDD and Power. The large “crosshair” like button is for power, with the small “R” button being your reset switch.
Here’s the front I/O connections, eSATA, USB 3.0, USB 2.0, Headphones, & Microphone jacks are all present and labeled accordingly. I usually like to see a Firewire added onto the front of the case as well, but for a small form factor case, this is a good assortment of connections.
Here’s the only interesting feature on the bottom of the A30; it features case feet that are both rubber dampened and feature no-scratch pads. These feet are roughly 2cm tall, though they don’t really aid the case in any way, they do make it easier to move around on a table top.