Obligatory eye-candy shots:
Pretty. Also the best case I've worked with so far, no sharp edges anywhere and plenty of thoughtful cable routing. The only thing I don't like is that the bottom universal HDD/pump/whatever tray and the side universal HDD/reservoir/whatever tray are not interchangeable; the screw holes don't even line up if you try to mount the bottom tray against the backpan. Seems like Fractal missed one minor detail there, although there are plenty of options for jury-rigging it with zip ties.
Since the CPU heatsink massively exceeds the requirements of the CPU, I left the fan assembly in the box and I'm going to try connecting one of the case fans to the mainboard's CPU header, and see what happens. The old 80GB SSD is installed temporarily for testing, which unfortunately won't happen until the weekend due to business travel.
My wife took a look through the case window, and re-iterated a past statement that computer motherboards look like 3D models of a city-scape. She's not wrong.