I've been busy the last few weeks.
This is my general purpose PC that is on a KVM with my dedicated gaming machine. I was going for low power and quiet, but I wanted dual VGA outputs, so I needed an add-in video card. It performs well enough for web browsing, office apps, watching tv, etc. It also fits in perfectly on the printer shelf of my desk.
I've had most of the parts for several years. It used to serve dual purpose as an office computer and gaming, but the limited space limited my video card choices.
The case is pretty interesting. It has a window on either side, plus a removable 2.5" USB HDD enclosure built into the front. The on/off switch is touch sensivitve (ps3 style) so there are no mechanical buttons anywhere. The surface is "clean" when all of the doors are closed. I added a small drawer in the second 5.25" bay.
The small form factor makes for tough cable management. Add that to the fact that the USB headers are in the middle of the motherboard and it's tough to get a clean look. There isn't much heat being generated anyway, so the temps are fine. Could probably use a few more zip ties just for looks.
I benchmarked it with 3dmark06, and it scored in the middle 4000's. Enough that I could use it in a pinch for some minecraft if my gaming system is down.