The cable management don’t have the soft neoprene or rubber inserts to cover the cable insertion points, which would have been nice. The center drive bay (where the brown accessory box is in this picture) is slide configurable for 2.5 inch drives or 3.5 inch drives
By moving that one inner wall. You can see a static 3.5 inch bay underneath it, so you have a good amount of flexibility regarding what types and sizes of drives you install into this unit.
By moving the wall, you also gain space at the end of larger video cards. These were 9 inch cards with power cords in differing locations, so you can see how cabling would work.
Due to a matching extrusion on the back case panel behind the motherboard (matching the extrusion on the front window panel), you gain a good deal of space behind the motherboard tray for cable routing and passage. As you can see, my thick ape hands fit in this space, which is about 3/4-1 inch depth. Mid tower case with lots of space for cabling options….. MMmmmmMmMmmmm….
Within the accessories box, you will find screws, cable management ties, Velcro wraps, hard drive slides, motherboard speaker, a USB3 to USB header adapter and the instruction book….
Here is a close up look at the mesh dust filter on the bottom of the case. It is removable, but to get to it, you are likely going to have to lay your case on its back/ Removable and cleanable, just not easily accessible.