The Antec Dark Fleet DF-35 is equipped with a complete black interior. The motherboard tray already has some of the motherboard standoffs installed, so this helps for installation. The large CPU cooler cutout is much wider than most others, so it should suffice for most motherboard/CPU cooler configurations.
Towards the front of the case on the bottom are the two 3.5″ Fleet-Swap™ SATA drive bays, which are built into one unit and can be moved up or down the case. These hot swappable drives can easily be accessed by opening either of the two front fan doors. The Fleet-Swap takes up the two bottom bays of the total six internal 3.5” drive bays by default configuration.
Above the drive internal 3.5” drive bays is the external 3.5” drive bay and three external 5.25” drive bays. Unfortunately no easy installation devices are included for the drives.
Towards the rear of the case, starting on the bottom, is the power supply slot; nothing too fancy here. Above that are the seven expansion slots and covers which aren’t reusable.
In the upper left corner of the case are the rear 120mm white LED exhaust fan and top 140mm exhaust fan. Included with the case is a product overview sheet and a bag of assorted hardware; no User’s Manual is included with this. It would have been nice to understand the product a little bit better since a lot of the features aren’t described anywhere (e.g. Fleet-Swap, Fleet-Release)