The bottom is mainly closed off, with a few eye holes for mounting additional drives. There are 4 plastic feet with rubber on them for vibration concerns. If the device is to set on the ground, the vibration feet work well.
With the sides removed, this case is light enough to pick up with one finger. It’s amazingly lightweight. If you are building a lan-party case and will be transporting often this is an attractive feature. Even built this thing weighs less than most empty cases. On the left, there is a removable VGA support, and a removable drive tray mount. There is sufficient room to work, but it’s not any more than a standard mid-tower. I found in practical application, you will often remove the VGA support bracket to get to internal parts. You may not need the additional support. If so, just take the bracket out. The drive mounting beam is moved forward enough to not be totally in the way, but it’s still there. It is however easily removed via two thumb screws if you need working room.
The PSU is top mount, with anti vibration pads. It allows for both standard PSU’s, as well as extended units such as an 850W.
The motherboard tray has access to the CPU cooler section of the board, should you want to change stock cooling without removing the whole thing.