The very first change I made was to flip the case around.
I just did not like the standard view from the side. I wanted to see my motherboard instead, hide the PSU and have gfx at the buttom.
So, as everyone might know, the sides, top and bottom are all interchangeable. But not completely.
The front also have the right dimensions to turn around to fit the alignment you choose of your top and buttom.
Ie.: if you choose to turn it on its side, and not flip the front as well, the logo would standard be on its side and the IO panel would be on one of the 3 other sides, including the bottom, which would be rather.. unhandy.
I wanted to view my entire motherboard and gfx through the side window, and not see the PSU, but I couldn't do that without moving the IO panel, as the IO panel would end up on the bottom unless I made a few changes:
In order to be able to turn the front though, including the IO panel, we need to modify two things:
1.For the front to actually be able to turn we just have to cut off the two little plastic "pins" placed in the middle of the top and buttom of the front.
2.Make new notches for the front IO panel in the metal chassis.
Here I have removed the two "pins" from the front, turned it, and see IO hanging Loose out the top - what will be out front.
After the cutting and putting together the hardware, we now have a nice full side-view of the hardware installed.
Edited: Making the images smaller.