Originally Posted by Dustwave
Yep, easily fixable. And if you don't need the bays anyway it's a great case for the buck. Especially if you regularly change hardware in your comp, the toolless design is great. Better than in most toolless cases. And overall it's just very pleasant in use...has the power and reset buttons in a very ergonomic place, aswell as the usb and firewire ports. And for a change you don't need a paperclip to press the reset button, while still being safe from accidentally triggering it.
just went up in the loft, have one flying about, pic on the way....
sorry for the crap resolution, had to use web cam, never have charged batteries for proper cam when i need them...