Really wanted to use the EVOLV SHIFT for it's amazing design. Obviously this case is PLAGUED by thermal issues, so I bought an EVOLV SHIFT AIR panel for the GPU side of the case.
For lighting, I'm using the Phanteks HALOS on my Noctua fans to get that wonderful addressable RGB with the performance of Noctua fans. You'll have to use the slim Noctua 120mm's for the front panel since the HALOS will make normal fans too thick. I definitely recommend the Noctua NF-F12 for your radiator since even with an AIO, your CPU will get toasty.
I haven't done any synthetic tests since that is completely uninteresting to me. The system does get fairly audible during games since the Ryzen 3600 gets pretty toasty. While playing Jedi Fallen Order on maxed settings at 1440p, my CPU topped at about 79C with the GPU staying below 75C. These temps are fairly similar on Metro Exodus with the same settings (RTX and Hairworks on with max settings at 1440P. I cap my FPS at 60 since I don't really care for anything greater, and I like using Freesync on my monitor. I wouldn't recommend this case and these parts without at least one Fabric panel.
For fan positioning, I have both front panel fans as intake with the AIO as exhaust through the bottom of the case. I felt that pushing fresh air both onto the motherboard and into the AIO fan would be better than simply pulling air from the fabric panel on the side right out the front without passing over components. This case also has a nice stand with plenty of space to exhaust hot air through the bottom. The GPU, despite being a Founders Edition, stays fairly cool since fresh air is readily available through the fabric panel in front of it.
If you care about the orientation of your AIO, do some research before you buy. Since AM4 is not a perfectly square mounting, some pumps will only be able to turn 180 degrees instead of 90. As you can see in the pictures, the Enermax logo is sideways (Which I actually kinda like). You will also likely run into space issues with the bottom front panel fan if you buy an AIO with an extra thick radiator.
I'm not very good at writing these, so if you guys have any questions, let me know.