Before we get inside and start putting our components in, this CDI modified case comes with a pre-painted set of casters. These four wheels give this case the mobility needed if it were to be on the go. I tried to lift this thing without anything it and it is manageable. Try adding in a few drives here and there and the total weight starts climbing at an incredible rate.
The casters are from Addtronics actually, but are pre-fitted to work on the Inwin Q500. They are pre-painted with the same red marble look as the rest of the case. The black rectangle is a layer of 'fur', much like what you see on velcro strips. I am going to assume this is applied to cut down on noise and to act as a buffer of sorts. Once these are put on the case, a small vibration may cause the metal on the case to rattle against the metal of the casters. The 'fur' would help out by providing a cushion between them. The caster is attached to the bottom of the case by means of a nut and bolt. Get that monkey wrench out, you're going to need it.
Before installing the motherboard, pop in some motherboard stand-offs (nipples) onto the tray. If you have a smaller board, make sure you line it up with the right holes. It is a real pain after you put those nipples on and you missed a few spots because you measured wrong. Measure twice, screw once...
Break out the bag of screws and we are ready to put our system together. There are a LOT of screws, so losing a few won't screw you over. CDI labeled everything for us pretty much, notice the "brackets" sticker.