I've removed all panels to inspect every detail of the case. As usual TTGI supplies instructions, and extra mounting hardware. Another feature is the use of large hand fasteners, which not only allow you remove the panels without a screwdriver, they have aesthetic appeal. They can, however; be tightened with a Phillips-head;
The case color I chose was sky-blue, and the finish is top notch. The side mounted blue-LED fan throws a nice blue hue over the components within the case. A side mounted fan is almost mandatory these days as graphics cards run very warm. While most people wouldn't normally associate system performance with their PC case, they're overlooking a pertinent and active component in their system compliment. Drawing cool air in and forcing it directly over the video-cards memory will have a positive impact on the card's performance when overclocking.
Getting into the case below, TTGI chose to round the edges, which helps to prevent unnecessary cuts. The interior is clean and clutter free, with ample room for component placement. Looking up into the PSU, you can make out one of two aluminum heatsinks. The case comes standard with an Atlas 12CM-350W power supply. This PSU offers a large 12CM fan, which draws a tremendous amount of warm air from the case, and keeps things very cool.
If I have any criticism for this case it would be the power supply. TTGI makes excellent PSU's for the price, and I would have much rather seen a 14CM-450TS over the Atlas. However for $64.95 at Directron
this case PSU combo is well worth the price. The case also comes in Silver Black.