I can confirm that with the Corsair Vengeance LP the Silver Arrow fits just fine in the FT-02, I've got a little over a finger nails clearance between the fan and the top of the heat spreaders, the top of the fans leave a nice imprint in the side panel foam, nothing to worry about, no bulging and the side panels don't move the fans down onto the ram sinks.
Attached is a later picture, just after I finished my cabling, which took a lot longer but presented no real dramas, the X-760's cables are plenty long enough.
I've since changed the HDD setup by suspending the WD Green with shock/bungee cord and cable clamps... I did try to make a web of shock cord and then feed the drive through, which looked fine but vibrations were still present, only by letting the drive hang completely free by 4 tied cords did I get the desired noise relief.
That said, one of the AP181's is definately a bit louder than the other 2, sort of grumbles a bit at <500rpm, so I've moved all fans up to about 520rpm minimum and then set FanXpert to raise the RPM with CPU temp.
In place of the golf ball fan I've installed a Scythe Slipstream, but it was probably a waste of money, I'm even considering removing the top fan altogether... it's currently on a Zalman fan mate turning 700rpm or thereabouts.
Very happy with the case, the Silver Arrow is keeping the i5 very cool... haven't really done any overclocking other than set the multiplier to 46.. haven't seen the temps over 50deg yet, no benchmarking just BF3 and MW3 atm. MSI Twin Frozr III stays under 65deg with 45% maximum fan speeds being seen during gaming.