Well i did some searching and couldnt find a decent review of this case , so i figured id make one just incase people are looking at getting this case, Please be kind this is my first review and i do apologize about the photo quality, only camera i have atm is my phone's camera. Lets take a look at the case. Click to view full size! Click to view full size! Click to view full size! Click to view full size! Click to view full size! Click to view full size! Starting at the top, there are two areas of ventilation, the vents towards the back of the case actually have a 80mm exhaust fan underneath, the front vents do not. On the top of the Front bezel we see the power button, reset button and hard drive activity LED, which is red. On the front bezel we have a stealth type 5.25" bay cover, under it is a button for opening the optical drive, under that is the blue power LED. Further down the case we have an external 3.5" bay and under it is our two USB 2.0 ports and front panel audio jacks. On the rear of the case, we have plenty of ventilation, a space for your motherboards I/O shield, 1 low profile expansion slot, a latch which allows you to lock the case with a padlock (not included) and the 150watt power supply which is included with the case, this power supply is branded FSP Group and have 1x 20+4pin ATX plug, 1 4pin CPU plug and 2x SATA power plugs. The power cables are not sleeved and arnt the longest, but they're perfect for this case. Lets go inside. Click to view full size! Click to view full size! Click to view full size! Click to view full size! Click to view full size! Taking off the left side panel reveals the inside of the case, this panel is secured to the case via 1 screw, not a thumbscrew At the front of the case is the optical drive bay and external 3.5" bay, this cage has to be removed to install the motherboard and hard drive. It is easily removed by unscrewing two screws at the front of the case and then it simply lifts off. When removed you can install the optical drive into the cage and the external 3.5" device, using two screws per device. Note a standard hard drive will not fit in the 3.5" external bay with the front bezel cover in place, as the hard drive will not clear the power supply behind it. Once the cage is removed, you are able to get to all the motherboard risers, There are 4 motherboard risers to attach the mini-itx form factor motherboard using the included screws. The hard drive is attached using two screws, going through the front of the case into the side of the hard drive, it can be a bit tricky to slide the hard drive into the area its meant to sit with the power supply installed. On the top rear of the case is an included 80mm exhaust fan, it is installed in a plastic case which slides into groves in the top, and then is held in with one screw, this fan uses a 3pin power plug. Click to view full size! Click to view full size! Included with the case are two adjustable feet which will give better stability if you choose to have your case standing vertically. Also a power cable is included and a little bag of screws along with a couple of zip ties I hope this mini amature review helps anyone thinking of buying this case.