Thankyou, I've corrected that and will get it uploaded shortly.typo: "Campatible" (SFX-L)
The reason for not including the feet is there are a selection of different feet to choose from of different size and heights, also some people prefer not to add feet if they need to fit the case into a tight spot for example.Since you mention "not including feet", it would be nice to have feet height listed too (perhaps in parentheses)
Hopefully this will become clearer once the configurator is live (should be complete next week).p9:
- re: "Side panels also need to be switched to opposite sides if using the optional I/O". I find this a little confusing, because the fan-guard side panel can't just be switched with the GPU side panel even if the former contains the I/O cutout, no? Wouldn't that impact the airflow in a significant way? Wouldn't you need an entirely different pair of side panels with cutouts switched, but airflow holes staying the same? At least that's what the "Flipped I/O Panel with 3.5" drive" illustration suggests, but that seems incompatible with the note on p9. Unless I'm misunderstanding something, which is of course entirely possible (likely, even).
The left and right panels are now the same shape with the same screw hole positions, so basically the left and right panels are interchangeable, you can also rotate the storage panel to move the I/O over to the opposite side.
On the configurator you will be able to select your preferred default I/O side, you can then pick what vent designs you would like on each side similar to what the LZ7 currently offers. You can choose which panels can mount the fan to, or select both panels to have compatibility with fans if you want, or neither.
I'm sure most people will choose to keep the I/O on the right side by default as this gives the most overall compatibility with longer GPU's for example, but for those who may want to stand the case upright with the GPU on top and still have access to the I/O, this is now an option.