The case is also available in silver with an 'A' tacked on to the end of the name - PC-Q03A. It's also rather astonishing just how light the chassis is - empty it weighs in at a mere 1.57kg.
Accessing the inside of the case is a doddle - the two side panels simply clip into place - and when it comes to removable items to help the build, the PC-Q03 puts many a full-size case to shame.
The motherboard tray, hard drive cage and the optical drive cage can all be completely removed from the chassis itself. Sadly though, the hard drive cage is the only tool free item - the rest need a screwdriver.
Two PSU brackets are supplied (held in place by thumbscrews), which allow either an SFX or ATX power supply to be fitted, but there is a 160mm length limit to keep in mind when choosing a power supply.
Similarly, there is a 180mm length restriction to the graphics card you can fit into the case. Full length cards then are unfortunately off the menu for the Lian Li.