My girlfriend is a graphic designer, and a college student. She needed something that could get the job done on the cheap, and I wanted to do my best to build her's better than I built my own. Reason being is that, first, she's my girlfriend and second, I could use more practice, as I have started my own side business building custom computers. You can find and Like my page at www.facebook.com/SuperiorComputingDistribution/.
I wanted to stay with Intel, as I might be throwing in another drive, or setting up a partition to install OSX for her, though I might have already shot myself in the foot having bought this Asus board. I found that the GeForce GTX cards work well with Adobe applications (pretty much all she uses at this point). She definitely wanted multiple displays. The parts list says I bought an Antec 550 watt psu, but I went with an Antec 430 watt psu. This case is cheap and does the job, but you may have problems routing cables if your psu doesn't have wires sleeved individually. The rear expansion slot covers can't be reattached. I say this to warn you if you're looking into buying this case. Either than that, it works well. The final price was shocking before I had bought the parts, but that's what you get having spent nearly $300 on peripherals.
Overall, my girlfriend are happy with this cute guy. Post your thoughts so that I might be able to better service my customers.