Nearly all the edges are rounded, except for the expansion slots. They still break away pieces, which is a cut on the finger waiting to happen.
The hard drive bracket is removable, a very common feature nowadays. Most of the time, these brackets remove parallel to length of the case. I have always thought why manufacturers did that. Why not just make it pull outwards and towards you? Chenbro seems to think the same way as me:
It uses one screw to secure itself and the tab acts as a release mechanism. It was easy pulling it out, but putting it back was a bit of a battle.
The 5 1/4" expansion bays are roomy and easy to work with. Unfortunately, these are not removable like the 3 1/2" cage below it.
Right under the bezel intake are the front extension ports. Cables are included to re-route your audio, FireWire and USB to the front.
The motherboard stand-offs are cut from the tray from the factory. The only downside to the tray itself is that it is not removable. Not a major problem, but a removable tray makes installation easier.