Removing the side panel reveals the complete black interior and many notches on the motherboard tray. The motherboard tray, in addition to a CPU cooler cutout, has three holes large enough to route your cables through to the back panel.
Towards the front of the case you’ll find the eight parallel 3.5” hard drive slots along with tool-free devices attached to each one. Moving up even further you’ll find the three external 5.25” slots with their own unique tool-free installation devices.
Like I mentioned before, the bottom of the case has two fan grills, one for the PSU and the other for an optional 120mm fan.
Moving up the rear you have your 7 reusable expansion slots/covers and rear 120mm and top 140mm fans; both are exhaust.
One unique thing that you’ll see on this case and not many others is the USB 3.0 front panel connector actually has a connection that goes directly to your motherboard, rather than out the back of the case and onto an external USB 3.0 port. There also isn’t a lot of hardware included/needed for this since most of it is already installed or has a tool-free device.