Hardware & Documentation
The accessory bag comes with a mix of fasteners to assist with the completion of your build. Eight screws are included for the PSU mounting as the PSU itself uses four to fasten to the bracket, and the bracket itself uses four fasteners to mount to the case body.
There are seventeen total screws for HDD and motherboard mounting. Twenty-four coarse fan screws are included for mounting fans directly to the case. Lastly, there are twenty-four SSD mounting screws as well. Along with those fasteners, there are two extra standoffs included and four zip ties. The four zip ties are likely not enough for a complete build, but it's a start.
Another included but very necessary part of the accessories is the PSU bracket. It is designed to have the fan pointed down as you can see the notches on the top edge which lines up with rivets in the Panzer G rear mounting section.
The manual is rather standard; it is a multi-fold booklet that ends up in eight panels. It is dual sided, and a majority of the information is in English. Luckily the infographics are of good enough quality that we can tell what Cougar is trying to represent.
There is also a hard card stock pamphlet included with marketing from Cougar showing what other parts they offer in hopes they can get you on board with some other purchased accessories or peripherals.