It finally happened guys, my girlfriend pitched in and helped me pay for a few of the new parts, namely the Case, Motherboard and Memory, which are gorgeous. I love everything in this build and I love my girlfriend even more for being so thoughtful of my interests.
Anyways, what's to say about this build? I had a hell of a blast installing the parts. The case is Gorgeous, RGB is flawless. Venom Funko is comfortable in his new home. Ryzen 1700 is blowing everything out of the water, can't wait to overclock this bad boy. Just need to get some Cablemod extensions for the ugly red and yellow power cables from the PSU. Probably switch out the Non-RGB case fan in the back for a RGB one, maybe just switch out all the included case fans for a set of Corsair RGBs. Not sure yet. I definatly want to upgrade to a EVGA 1070 FTW, the RGB variant, thing looks sick and I want that thing in my life. Later on before sales end after the holidays I want to pick up two 2TB WD Blue Cavier HDDs that run at 7400RPM, that should help my games on steam load more quickly and have less down-time.
I found a lot of awesome local deals on a lot of these parts, bringing the overall cost really low than I should have paid for. ;D
Update Febuary 6th, I dove into overclocking my CPU and GPU, I've managed to get the CPU to a stable 3.9Ghz @ 1.428 Voltage. Got a new bigger and stronger CPU Cooler for my overclocking purposes too while still maintaining the RGB goodness of my overall build. Also picked up a new Power Supply by Corsair, giving me more power to safely overclock as I want to and getting rid of those horrendous ketchup/mustard wiring colors, I got nice nice and clean black cabling now.
Trying to get this motherboard to work right takes time, but once you get the feel for the BIOS and installing the drivers, it's a breeze to work with.