Was looking to build a SFF for my wife as she's more interested in working at her desk than say taking a laptop to a coffee shop. I haven't built a computer since my first gaming ATX in 2016 so I was pretty excited to get my hands on some hardware for a new build.
I actually used my old Corsair Vengeance DDR4-3000 from my previous build. It's overkill for her case (in fact most components might be a bit overkill) But technically it was better than buying new RAM. Cable management was a bit tough as I've never built a Mini ITX. Granted there weren't a ton of cables to mess with in this build, but the front IO cables took some time to cooperate.
Computer uses include personal use, light graphic work, and surfing. Potentially light gaming if we ever bring it on the go!
Definitely recommend the Chopin, it boasts quality at a decent price. Happy with the outcome.