It is time to go to the front, of the case. Biggest eye-catchers are the front doors, splitting sideways, with the bright, blue colored plexi window, with the Coolermaster logo etched into it. With leds in the top, and bottom it is clearly lit.
Both door panels are made of extruded aluminum, the hinges are made op hot-pressed aluminium, and both are bolted together, to make this the strongest part of the case.
After opening the doors, you get to the front panel, made of fine black meshed alloy, on a heavy aluminum frame. Taking it off is easy, just pull at the bottom, and it goes.
With a fine dust-filter behind all of the meshed parts, this should take care of the dust devil. The easiest way to clean these, is with compressed air in the opposite flow direction. If you decide to take them out, and clean them with water, the fabric is quite delicate, and hard to get back in place again. In a local electronics store I even saw some black filtering cloth, so just replacing it won?t be to difficult either.
At the bottom there are 4 very nice foot stands, made of harder plastic.
All in all, I have to say, the design is great and installation was easy, I only experienced a slight drawback when I tried to swap out the 2x120mm fans, removing the front one was quite easy but getting the new in place was difficult because the space between the front panel and the drive cage is restricted.