The Gaming Bomb offers added security through the use of a key lock in the back. When locked, the side panels are locked into place through the use a green lever. However, I found that if you do not precisely line up the notches when lining up the side panel, it jiggles right out even after turning the lock.
One of the neatest things about the case is the screwless design of the expansion slots. Each slot is secured as soon as you push the lever down and lock it in place. This makes installation and upgrades a snap to accomplish.
The 3.5" drive cages are completely removable.
There are quite a few 5.25" drive bays for you to occupy.
To install any optical drives into the cages, you'll have to pop the front bezel off. To do this, another green lever is provided to do this. Chenbro was also nice enough to include some foam mesh in the bezel to act as a filter of sorts.