Looking inside the case, you will be greeted by an entirely exposed aluminium Motherboard tray & Drive cage, a feature that Lian Li are renowned for providing in most of their cases. However, this is nicely accentuated by the visible black sections from the inside of opposite side panel.
There are several cable small routing holes situated at the top of the Motherboard tray, that provide ideal cable management options for sata and front panel cables.
In addition to the cable holes, Lian Li have also made things easy, by providing 4 sata data & power ports, integrated in to the drive cage. This results in a clean, unobstructed front section, allowing the front fan to adequately cool the system with optimized air flow.
Located at the top of the case is a small area designed for mounting a drive bay, this is coupled by the bezel at the front of the case, which drops down on a small hinge when the drive bay is open and pops back into place when the drive is closed, providing a very sleek, minimalist look. Unfortunately the mechanism on the review model was damaged in transit.