This was a fairly basic build for web browsing and light gaming. Most part selection was based upon stability and best performance for the price. Spending $125 for an i3-4330 and $130 for a GTX 650 TiB make for well rounded performance running a 1440x900 and 1920x1080 dual screen set up.
I used fan cover plates to cover excess chassis holes for the sake of maintaining a solid directional air-flow from bottom to top and minimizing dust, but will likely add another fan to the front of the chassis for additional air flow across the hard drive.
The power supply's EPS 8-pin cable was too short to route behind the motherboard tray (as seen in the first photo), meaning it had to run over top of the graphics card (not ideal), so I acquired an extension cable to remedy that problem.
EDIT: It seems that PCPartPicker is checking case compatibility with discrete graphics card, and says that the NZXT Source 210 Elite will not fit my graphcs card. I should note that, despite the case stating that it only fits 230mm graphics cards, the 234mm GTX 650 TiB fits with plenty of room to spare (see photos).