The case has a roomy 7 5.25" bays, with one being used by the floppy slot.
The bay cover at the top is equipped with a stealthed cover. You can slip an
optical drive behind it and use the button to open and close the tray. It would
have been nice to have more of these included.
The case does not come with a reset button. Two LEDs indicate power
and hard drive activity. The top is for power, bottom for hard drive activity. I
didn't bother using the floppy slot as I don't use floppies anymore.
The rear of the case will show the different way this full tower
is designed. The power supply is situated on the bottom of the case and all
expansion slots are on the top. Your motherboard will be upside down, a bit
different but easy to work with.
Right next to the I/O panel is the 120mm fan outlet. There is a
cover over it which you can remove.