Azza ships the Genesis 9000 in a packaging to cover both models as they are seen on the right. The left side, surrounded with a green highlight, covers that this chassis has a reversible layout, the vertical air movement created inside the chassis, along with the three icons noting dual PSU compatibility, easy swap out drive bays and that this chassis can house a 480mm radiator.
On the side you get two tiny images of the chassis from the same angle as the front. This gets followed up with a specifications chart like we just covered on the last page and a list of features found in the Genesis with detailed explanations.
On the back only the white version of the chassis is shown and with the right side panel off the chassis. Around this image Azza covers the tool-free bays, the back planes for the easy swap bays, the fans on the door, the fans on the floor, both places for a PSU, the huge amount of video card room, the motherboard tray and the top ventilation.
While the two case images at the top are now switched out for the Genesis 9000 naming at the top, the specs and features are the same as we looked at on the other side.
The Genesis 9000 made a pretty long trip to arrive at my door. It seems that the thick Styrofoam enc caps and the plastic liner are sufficient to allow the Genesis to arrive dent and damage free.