Now we work our way to the inside of the case, and here is where more magic starts appearing.
You see the tool less 5.25" drive bays, as well as a whole mess of 3.5" internal drive bays. And some more of those rubber grommets… I wonder what those are for? Lastly, there is a large piece of black plastic at the bottom near where the power supply goes. Again, their engineers were thinking, you'll see why further on in the review.
Here we get to see the 6 (yes that totals 8) tool less 3.5" drive bays. Honestly I think this is all a bit of overkill, but what the heck. Better too much than not enough. You also see the front 200mm fan blows right over the bays to keep any drives you put in them nice and cool.
Here we see the connection for the front X-dock slots. It uses a standard Molex power connector instead of a SATA power connector. This allows for more power from once connector, but I might have liked to see a SATA power connector(s) here instead, but it's not a big deal. The important factor is it works.
Here we see the top and back fans, keeping them this close together gives them someone to talk to when they aren't working.