I bought the case this weekend since I thought it looks really good and was hoping to shave off a few degrees on my GPU. Initially I noticed that it comes well packed in foam which is good, so no damaged parts. There was an instruction booklet and a box with screws inside the case as always. My first impressions was that it's quite a small case and that there is hardly any space at all for cable management in the back. The 3.5" drive cage is removable and can be moved slightly to the left which is necessary since there isn't any space for PSU cables (I have the not too large EVGA G2 Supernova). The PSU shroud cannot be installed once the PSU is in place, keep that in mind. The other shroud cannot be installed if you have a 280mm AIO and have the 3,5" drive cage installed. Another note about the 280mm AIO, you'll need to push the FP cables out of the way. All in all it's a terrible case to work with since there are no margins like in my Define S. The only good thing is that the end result looks great! It's neat and clean and compact. Last but not least, I was forced to install the rad at the front since the case doesn't support 280mm rads (even though it says it supports H110). Anyone got any experience with that? When I held my hand close to the fans at the front it felt like more air was being pushed back out than inside. This obviously increased the GPU temps.