Since this is a mid tower sized case users expect a lot of the HDD storage capability. The Panthéon doesn't dissapoint there at all. 6 removable trays are ready to take ya terrabytes of storage. Access is pretty quick too as the front mess can be easily pulled off.
For normal 3.5 inch HDDs no screws are required. For 2.5 inch or SSD's, the Xigmatek engineers already have foreseen mounting holes. Yes this time you need screws to mount the latter :) To allow me to properly mount the Corsair Sandforce SSD I had to remove one of the mounting brackets. They pop off pretty easily, so no need to use brute force.
We find two hot swappable bays in this 90 euro case. No need to use a seperate mount or such. Just use one of the trays , pop the HDD in and connect it to the hot plug.
The Panthéon includes 3 case fans ( one 140mm and two 120mm ) all three are connected to a fan controller. Their speed is fully adjustable. The LEDs on the fans can be turned on and off via a small square button.
The usual USB2.0 and E-SATA port are present too. Lately more and more case manufacturers are adding an USB3.0 port. Sadly with the Xigmatek the latter still has to be hooked up via a cable to the USB3.0 port on the backplate. Luckily the cases interior is spacious that routing the USB3.0 cable is no problem.