The first of the larger sides of the box is capitalized by the product name and a line drawing of the chassis. There is the tagline included as well, along with the SilverStone logo and a QR code leading to the SilverStone webpage. While usually, I would like to see the QR code to point directly to a specific product, I can understand that with regional web pages it could be a nightmare to manage redirects, so they get a pass on this one.
The next side is one of the thin ones. This side shows some key features in 10 languages.
The next larger side of the box shows the same as the other large side but with a decal in place. This is nothing of real importance as the white label likely comes from the factory and signifies SST for the customer SilverStone, along with a carton number. I should giggle at the carton number I received, but I will try to keep some shred of professionalism.
The final small side of the box I can see shows a quick breakdown of the features in English. These are the same as the translations we observed on the opposite side. However, I can only guess as to half of them since FedEx slapped a label in the middle of it. The specification table is also listed here somewhere under the shipping label. It's ok; we included the spec table on the first page, which you should have already seen. There is another white label here which is used for inventory control purposes and contains the chassis MPN, UPC, EAN and JAN along with weights and applicable measures.
The LD03, once removed from the box, is encapsulated between two halves of hard Styrofoam caps to ensure any impacts or shipping trouble should be absorbed. While the hard foam here is not my favorite, it will do the job, especially with a smaller case like this. The LD03 is also in a plastic bag, which you can see, and the tempered glass panels have a film on them to help avoid any scratching or scuffs on the high gloss panels.