Antec packs the P8 into a brown cardboard box with an image of the chassis on front, while the rear conveys some additional information alongside a blow-up diagram of the case. Both side panels are covered in numerous tables of specifications to cover various languages.
The case is held in place by two fairly thick foam spacers and comes further protected by a clear plastic bag.
You will receive a bag of black screws, some Velcro strips, a manual, and some warranty information. Interestingly enough, there are not enough screws to allow you to fill the chassis with 2.5" drives, something Antec is looking into. Out of the box, you can secure two such drives, but could also stretch that to four by only using two screws for each storage device, which is more than enough in most scenarios.