I recently built my first PC (a hackintosh) back in early 2018, when GPU prices were soaring and AMD had just announced their second-gen Ryzen processors. Knowing very little about PCs back then, at the end of 2018, it came time for an upgrade. My Ryzen 1600 served me well, and I wanted to stick with team red, I purchased a Ryzen 2700X for the extra cores. I haven't messed with overclocking yet, but I plan to in the future. This PC took around two months to source, and another month for shipping, but I got some great deals. My graphics card, an RX580, was purchased second-hand off of eBay, and has been slightly janky since arrival. I plan to investigate further, or upgrade to a Radeon VII soon.
I primarily use my PC for light gaming, and heavy video/graphics editing. So far it has performed nicely with decent temps and very low noise. This build was also heavily cosmetic focused with an emphasis on RGB. I have enjoyed my use of NZXT's CAM software, and was able to create some cool themes with aura. Overall, I found this PC to be perfect for my use. It is almost silent, small enough to fit on my desk, and doesn't have any obnoxious LEDs.
I couldn't see any big upgrades in the future, except getting a Radeon VII went I have some extra cash to really take this PC to the next level.
Anyways, I hope you guys enjoy it, and if you have any questions I'll be happy to answer them!