The interior of the Moneual Labs M775 is not unlike the majority of computer cases, including just the very basics of a PC chassis. Opening it up for the first time, you can see the internal frame is made out of a thin unpainted metal that leaves an unpleasant feeling about the quality of this case.
Upon closer inspection I found no thumbscrews for easy removal of panels or component framing, only standard screws and rivets. It is also disappointing to find that the case does not include a system for tool-less installation of drives.
Below you can see the cage area that contains room for four internal 3.5" HDD drives, again notice that the case does not include a system for tool-less installation. Although nearly every other case has a means for accomplishing this, the M775 does not. Even though this is a lower end case, the tool-less installation components make for a much smoother operation and would have been welcomed. Furthermore, none of the cages themselves are removable for easy installation, and the same goes for the motherboard tray.
Swing the front panel open, as we have done in the above right image, and you will see the space made available for an 80, 90, or 120mm fan to aid in the cooling of the case. You can also see the four external 5.25" bays and two 3.5" bays as well the associated wires running to the front mounted USB and audio ports.
Moneaul Labs has included only the standard accessories, nothing to really note here. Included with the case is a bag of screws and motherboard standoffs, a motherboard Pico speaker, four plastic feet, and the ever-present motherboard backplate. As you can see in the images below, everything was neatly packaged and arranged to help provide a smooth assembly.