Other goodies that come in the box: Like with most cases, they send all the standoffs and screws you need for the case, but they don't stop there! They also include protective edging for the water cooling tube holes, extra long SATA and PATA cables, and the white sheets are mylar sheets which need to be applied to the high points on the motherboard tray. These keep your computer safe from grounding out on the case.
As I finished up installing operating systems on both computers and got everything ready for this final picture, I took a moment to reflect on the Mozart TX. I have to say, this is a nice media center case. It certainly doesn't lend itself to blending into a home theater, as it dwarfs DVD players and VCRs, but you wouldn't want to hide it; the finish on the case is beautiful. It does have the option of installing a 7" LCD kit, a bonus, and you can see below that I'm running two totally different systems from the case. The right monitor is a Dell 2005WFP and the left one is a Dell 176; yet again, the case dwarfs the 20.1" and 17" LCDs.
Thanks to ThermalTake for sending over this sample!