This was my first build in years, and I do mean years. (Prior build was a 486!). I use this PC as test machine for some graphics apps I use at work, plus I wanted to have a proper look at Windows 8.
For the first iteration, I used the stock CPU cooler, but when running Seti@Home drove temps to the low 90's, I decided to try the H60. I had to dissemble and re-build the whole machine to get the H60 mounted, and that gave me a chance to clean up some of the cable management.
The Bitfenix is well built and I like that it is modular. I removed all the drive cages and case fans. It looks a bit bare. At some point, I'll probably get a fan splitter cable and re-install one of the case fans as an exhaust.
I like that under normal loads that it runs almost totally silent.
The Z87N-wifi would benefit from an extra fan header, 2 more SATA controllers and 2 more RAM slots, but I suppose all mini-itx boards would.
I had to mount the H60 radiator "side-ways" as installing it "up-right" didn't leave enough space for the front USB 3.0 cable connector.
The PC is not very photogenic, or I need better lighting to showcase the finished product 8-).
UPDATE: added a few better pics showing the graphics card installed. I added an exhaust case fan to the rear roof mounting point