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   I said to myself "Installing stuff in the bays will be a breeze!" once I took the other side panel off. No obstructions that would make it hard to screw the little screws into your 5 " hardware.

   This case has a removable 3 " bay, but they stuck a screw to keep it locked in on the right side of the case. This really didn't amuse me, I kept trying to get it off with no success till I popped the right side panel off and saw the screw.

   The front 80mm Fan spot was done really nice, and easy to remove. Something to note was how the led and switch wires that go to the motherboard were laid in a ribbon.

   The feet were a little small which makes the case a little top heavy; still it won't tip on a level surface.

   Well how bout that FORTRAN PSU, a whopping 400W! With this in the case I'm more than ready for a P4 system or any arrangement of fans I want. And for the kill switch on the back of the PSU this saves allot of back pain. How you might ask? Well I won't have to crawl on the floor to hit my UPS when I want to work inside the case.


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