Lian Li ships the O11 Dynamic Evo in a sturdy, brown cardboard box with an image of the chassis on front and the two general setups of the enclosure on the opposite side. Both smaller sides are bare and identical for all but a sticker on one to tell you which color is within.
Two foam spacers hold the chassis in place, with a flat cardboard box sandwiched into the front area holding all the extra parts and contents for the chassis.
Inside that box, you will find a mounting plate for hard drives, custom cooling components, or support brackets. As we will see later on, the plate replaces the side fan-mounting plate. On top of that, Lian Li includes two rails you may mount to the ceiling or floor of the chassis to add even more hard drives to your setup. There are also several bags of screws, of which there are plenty, so you won't be left hanging even when filling the case to the rim. Lastly, there are some Velcro strips, rubber spacers for your PSU to be used in the various layout setups, and a simple but effective GPU-support bracket.
Last but not least, there are some documents within the package of the Lian Li O11 Dynamic Evo, as well as a detailed manual to help you make the most of this rather unique enclosure.