We saw that the package took a very hard hit, breaking the Styrofoam protection on several places. Luckily, there was no visible damage and only after we dismantled the case did we see that the plastic part we found on the floor comes from the top panel.
Cooler Master ships plenty of accessories with its cases. Since this is a full tower case, you’ll get one 8-pin CPU extension cord, few metal rails for mounting floppys or additional 3.5’’ driver, eight 3.5’’ brackets (which usually come mounted but can now be found in the box), eight zip ties, motherboard speaker and all the screws you’ll ever need. The manual is quite clear on all the aspects of using the Trooper.