The case comes in a standard, brown cardboard box, with the Cooler Master logo and the case name & logo printed on it. There is a sticker on the bottom right corner, indicating which mATX case is inside the box.
Once the top was opened, the front of the case became visible. The case is held in place and secured during shipping by standard Styrofoam spacers as well as a heavy duty plastic bag.
There is a small card board box inside the case, which has a few screws, a ferrite ring and four hard drive rails for tool less installation. The manual which came with the case is multi-lingual and very well illustrated. I was worried when I noticed the small amount of screws, but it turns out that the case is almost completely tool-less, so there are not many screws needed.