Even while keeping costs down using plain brown cardboard, InWin spices it up a bit with the use multi-color printing; these shows of the chassis guts in white, the front of the GRone in black, and the "GR" of the name in red.
On the right you start with the company name above check boxes for which of the three cases is inside, which is not denoted. Under the perforated handle the rest of the space is used with a full list of specifications.
Now that I look at things, maybe this is the front, maybe it is the back, but besides some geometric designs in black over the white rendering of the inside of the chassis, the only thing that really stands out is the red GR in the GRone name.
The last panel offers icons at the top denoting features like the EZ-swap Dock, the room it has, and its support of water cooling along with a few others. Further down there is also a full list of ten features in the three categories to check out.
To keep this large full-tower chassis safe in transit, InWin employs the use of plastic on the window, a liner to protect the paint and plastic from scratches, and then they used high density foam instead of Styrofoam to give this hefty chassis the needed support it requires.
The packaging works really well, and even though the box was a little wore out from the distance this traveled, the chassis inside is in perfect shape.