Just remember to practice your deep breathing exercises before you try to get it installed.... some folks seem to get it right away... took me an hour!!!!
Install the o-ring loosely, and slowly tighten the screws. Once all four are started in the threads, push the o-ring in place using a flat screwdriver, or a small ruler. Just make sure you don't use an object that could cut the o-ring.
Also Enaberif mentionned to freeze the o-ring before installing it - looks like it makes it stick more into place. Next time I may try that.
managed to get this case apart and ready for paint. it actually came apart fairly easy,im not bleeding anyways
the case is not quite what i expected for the price,after building antec(well built,sturdy,can feel the value),the Tempest(mostly plastic and very light steel/aluminum)...but i own it now,so lets see what i can do to it. i have couple ideas..
No worries, they are lots of reviews on the case you have, and they are almost spot on, except for few minor issues, which I can't remember on my finger tips. Hopefully you won't experience any major or rather any issues with this case. I would always love to have a case like this but more full tower, bigger, but I have the Lian Li, I do like the upside down design, it is quite handy honestly..
I'd try scuffing the interior gray with sandpaper before painting to promote adhesion. I just did my case last weekend and didn't do that, kinda regretting it now. The paint comes off very easily, at least Tremclad Flat Black anyway.