I am happy with this system (£647.78 without peripherals) the aim was £600 and i went slightly over that. I moved from a 2013 macbook which was having a bad time trying to keep up with my renewed passion for gaming. The Tv's, Audio, external HDD and wireless adapter all came with the process of trying to upgrade my macbook while also building a desktop was in the back of my mind, for the best part of a year.
Relatively cheap gaming computer: I chose the GTX960 4GB over a GTX970 4GB mainly because of the 0.5GB ram issue with the 970 and the price also helped.
Cool: With the amount of airflow the Fractal Core 1500 gives is amazing. I did have to upgrade the stock intel heatsink after about 6 months the cooling was adquate even when gaming but the noise wasn't, cant fault the Hyper 212 EVO. Plus the low thermal output of the New I5s.
Storage space is low: I love the SSD but once you've used one you want more and 500GB is not alot.
TV's: Cheap and good for steaming and googling but i cant help but notice while playing fast pased games that thinks tend to 'stutter'. I wish i had the money to buy a few 32" 4K 144MHZ screens. But for the price they are alright.
Remotes: Having Tvs and audio equipment means instead of just powering on the computer you have to also turn on 2 tvs and a radio. An annoyance, but im just nit picking.
Dont buy cheap Chinese RBG LED strips of Ebay they will last a few months at best.
Pic1: Before; Macbook
Pic2: Build Day
Pic3: Build Night