I was thinking about the same when we were doing those cooler tests during campaign, but making this stealthy would be a pain to design and manufacture. We could try making those access panels part of the aesthetic, but it would end up looking less classy than how it looks now.I was thinking, now that I've assembled and disassembled my Sentry PC about a dozen times, if there is ever a Sentry V2.0, it would be nice to have a removable motherboard tray/cover in the bottom of the case for easy access to m.2 and cpu cooler mounting screws on the back of the motherboard. I know it would be difficult with the case exterior itself being structural rather than a thin steel sheet over a frame like most cases. And it would require careful planning and design on the side of aesthetics for those that use the case in the vertical orientation. But nonetheless I think a removable motherboard backplate could greatly enhance the end user serviceability of their pc once it's installed in the case. Zombi, Saper, is this plausible for a future Sentry refresh? (in a hypothetical world where there is a sentry V2 of course )
Also from layout perspective we would have to figure out the best position for threaded bushings so we won't possibly interfere with any components mounted on the bottom of the board and that is also quite hard part. Otherwise it would mean rising the motherboard and reducing the max height of the cooler and memory modules.