As we got both cases, we might as well take pictures of both boxes. Thermaltake is one of the few brands out there that tends to utilize full-color boxes, even going so far as to give each color variant its own print instead of using one design with a sticker of the variant. On the larger panels, you will find an image of the case in its respective color, while the sides go into further detail with specifications and another product shot.
The gripe I have is that customers are shown the case not just with hardware inside, but with a different fan configuration than you will actually receive. So unless you do your research, you may be disappointed by the rear fan which is not ARGB, for example.
Two thick Styrofoam spacers hold the case in place, with a plastic bag placed over it to keep fingerprints and scratches away during packing at the factory.
Each Thermaltake Divider comes with several zip ties, black screws, and a metal bracket in the case color for possible vertical GPU mounting. Interestingly enough, there are also two rubber nubs for the PSU bay you are left to install yourself.