Stores use retail counters to check out customers, feature merchandise, and store supplies. With full vision, half vision, and extra vision display cases, there are a lot of options for merchandising furniture. But what's the difference between these styles of showcases? Full Vision Display cases that only have space for displaying merchandise. The entire interior is visible to customers. Extra Vision Full vision showcases with tempered glass panels on every side with a clear or opaque back. This design makes merchandise easy to see from multiple angles. Half Vision Cabinets that split their space between product display and storage for supplies. Half of the internal volume is visible, while the other half is hidden from view. Quarter Vision Merchandise cabinets with a small area for showcasing products and a large capacity for storage. The display area is typically located at the top of the case. 3/4 Vision Three quarter vision showcases have a large area for merchandising. These cabinets may have a sturdy finished base with a kickplate or a small area for storage.