There's also the front USB and Firewire port extensions. This lets you plug all your devices on the front as opposed to reaching into the back of the case.
When the case was unpacked, I noticed the front swinging cover was taped to the inside of the case. After ripping it out, I tried to push it onto two very small notches on the front. Of course, the top notch snapped off instantly. So after fiddling with some crazy glue, it was installed.
On the front bezel, there is a reset and a power button along with a couple of LEDs to indicate power and HDD access. The 3.5" and 5.25" bay covers are easily removed with by pressing down on the notch to the right. The metal piece was still attached on the inside. I've always had the fear that I would slice my fingers while prying those metal pieces out. It would make sense if the manufacturer would just remove them before shipping them out.
There's a weird vertical column on the back that holds the screws bag. This column also hides the screws that hold the expansion cards in place.