Summary: I have to say, I love this case, and the fact it's great is absolutely expected because it's a Raidmax. However, I'm not sure who is in charge of posting product pictures, whether amazon or Raidmax, but it's certainly deceiving. Both the side fan (on the see through window) and one of the front of case fans (bottom one) do not come with the case. That being said, this case is great, cable management is easy behind the motherboard backplate.
Summary: Fist off it took a little longer to ship then I would like but I guess that is expected because of the size of the package. It is a very nice case. It is hard to believe that the four case fans are as quiet as they are. I am not a fan of the Usb ports and audio plugs on the top of the case. They are not accessible where I have it. One of the legs that it stands on was broken. But I called the maker and they are shipping me a replacement part at no charge.
Summary: Pros: Beautiful design, roomy interior, excellent air flow for the main boards and drives, excellent clearance below the case allowing plenty of air flow for the PSU. Nice cleanable air filter for the PSU. Mine came with all the exhaust fans and one LED lit intake fan. Even with all the fans running, it is fairly quet and none of the fans have the whirring noise most cases seem to have.
Summary: First off, the Aeolus is a great looking case. It has a very scifi/industrial feel to it that sets Raidmax's towers apart from others in the price range. Flat black inside and out with electric blue PCI slot covers and fans that really pop. I wish some of that blue was carried over to the front of the case for the buttons or inside the "fins" you see hanging off the sides (you can always do it yourself with some paint- I am).