Case Even though its not a true Mini ITX, the manta caught my eye and I was hooked. It fits perfectly on my Desk.
CPU Originally I wanted a i5-6600k but the Kaby was the same price and when I get time to OC this bad boy it will yield better results. Easy Choice(No I didn't want to wait for Raisin).
CPU Cooler Keeps the chip cool and the tubing is very classy looking.
MOBO This board is gorgeous. I tried not to drool on it when building it, from what I hear that will do bad things. The lights on the board are amazing and enough to provide a excellent RGB display inside the case without it looking like a circus.
RAM Ahhhh-mazing Ram, its so nice and shiny. I tried to offer it my first born but it wouldn't say anything back. What a jerk. It was absolutely the hardest thing to install in the whole case. The heat sinks on top are like tiny razor blades slicing your fingers as you try to jam it into the board . After many tries they finally clicked in. They are very worth the pain as they give the case most of that RGB glow at a very low price.
SSD Its Samsung, it's a SSD, and my files go zip zip zip. Oh ya I also have a 1TB HD. It does things to.
GPU This bad boy is a major upgrade. This will hold me over for a while and it perfectly fits my needs. It also has RGB on it which looks amazing when synced up with Aura.
PSU I got a really good deal on this @100 bucks last year and it was my first part I picked up when I didn't know about ITX. Thankfully its fits in the manta with tons of room left over.
Monitor This was the worst part to research. I spent 2 weeks reading everything about monitors and this happened to go on sale for only 399.99.
Really awesome board, beware no USB 2.0 Header for AIO's that require it.