Painted alot of stuff for this build including the mobo heat sinks/shroud, GPU, Case, Fans, and CPU cooler. Case exterior is black Plasti Dip (about 3 coats) with 3 coats of Plasti Dip Graphite Pearl Metallizer as the finish coat. I like the looks of the final product. My only complaint is I didn't realize how rubber feeling plasti dip is once it cures which makes the case attract dirt quite easily. Painted the mobo, gpu, CPU heat sink, and fans with Rustoleum Painter's Touch spray paint which is more friendly to masking tape removal than plasti dip. This case was great to work with and I'm very please with the temperatures I'm getting on my GPU and CPU. Thanks again for all the good info on this forum.
Got tired of the Plasti-dip paint on the case. It was rubbery and dust would stick to it. Also, it was not very durable. You catch a corner wrong and it'll tear or peel. Sooooo.....I repainted the case a flat grey color as shown in the last photos and I threw in a Gigabyte GTX 980ti Gaming G1 and a EVGA G2 750 while I was at it ;) I used Rustoleum Painter's Touch 2x Ultra Cover which was very easy to work with and is very durable. I also added in RGB LEDs to the back of my monitor to wash the wall behind it in color.
All-in-all, I like the way it turned out, although I would have preferred the grey case paint to be darker.....more like a charcoal. Hit me up with questions or comments!