This is great. I love this. It fits perfectly with the rest of the ToughArmor series and definitely a future want/need. My only suggestion is to not use the eagle-hook locks but instead use that portion for the LED, and extend the air flow vents to where the LED is now and then add the similar ID-label numbering system like in some of the others. I know the eagle-hook stands out on marketing for security. But in reality, if anybody really wants to steal a drive or take something out, they could. The key is generic. They can get one. If somebody has access to the physical device that shouldn't and wants it, you lost anyway. If this is just so a child in your living room doesn't pop out a drive, that seems quite a niche situation. I think having numbers is much more useful than the locks for all parties, whether enterprise, a homelab or a workstation. And more vents will help since NVMe drives get hotter than SATA SSDs. Maybe that messes a bit with the look and PCB (because of the LED alignment). Not sure.
I made a bad edit to show what I mean. The left side is the difference.