Yup, and you picked the right model, it's the only one where both can be easily accessed under the panel on the bottom. Just be aware that the panel snaps in so it will need to be gently pried off after removing the screws. Find a thin piece of plastic or something to slide under there to get it started then pry it off with your fingers, no sweat. The only gotcha is that they use locktight on the HD screws so use a good screwdriver of the correct size and don't strip the puppies! I've seen a few that were pretty damn tight while others aren't bad, just depends on how much they used during assembly. Enjoy!