The first side of the packaging shows an open view of the chassis; if you did not know it had tempered glass, you would assume this was a shot with the panels removed. The name is, of course, prominent with the slogan "Meet the sublime performance," and as mentioned before, you can see that the P120 Crystal is considered one of the Performance Series chassis.
The first of the smaller packaging sides, we find the specification table in four languages. There are also inventory control bar codes and regulatory and certification icons here.
The opposing larger side of the packaging shows the chassis again this time, with the main panel swung open on its hinges. There is also a key notation paragraph and some feature bullet points.
The last side, which is also the opposing smaller side, shows the spec table again but with four more languages. This means there are eight total languages on eth packaging, including English. Here we also see that the chassis has a two-year warranty available from Antec should any defects be discovered.
I must admit, when unwrapping this chassis, I was pleased with the packaging job for a 100 dollar case from Antec. Not only did they use a quality fabric bag for the chassis itself, but also they used soft polystyrene style end caps, which also had a cardboard shell around them. The P120 may not be super expensive, but you can rest assured, barring a disaster the P120 should arrive to you in one piece.