On to the interesting part, namely inside. You can see the whole top cover removes to access the inside. Firstly it is important to note the 2 fan units at the front right of the case. Vasco appear to have proceeded with a configuration to optimise airflow through the case. Therefore you have the airflow from the fans having a clear path to the rear of the case. However this has resulted in all the storage components being on the left. I am not too bothered about this however it results in both the floppy and one hard disk slot being vertical. It is a strange configuration.
The main problem is that you have to take the entire cage out to change drives. It gets quite fiddly and that is the most annoying thing about this case. They could have used another layout which would work better. Once you have installed the floppy and vertical hard disk you have to remove them again if you need to access the internal drives because they cover the screw holes.
A good idea may be to get some generic hard drive removable caddies and this would make hard drive replacement much easier for two of the external 5.25" bays.
The problem is that hard drive caddies can be quite long. You would be able to install in the two top 5.25" bays but the bottom bay would pose a problem because of the proximity to your motherboard. Therefore you might be able to install a small cdrom there like a liteon which is not so deep. All that depends on the dimensions of your motherboard and whether it will interfere with what you want to place in the bays.