First build in about 5 years and I must say that I forgot how many connections there were in there!
Overall I had no problems with any of the hardware. I put the mobo in the case before the H100i, but didn't connect the fans, pump, or 8 pin ATX 12V power, either. getting to those connectors up on the top of the motherboard with the H100i mounted in the case is seriously difficult. I haven't benchmarked or anything yet, but I plan to and will update then.
Aesthetically, I think this rig is pretty sick. I chose the gunmetal THRONE because I thought it would look cool and it turned out to be easier to work with than expected. Tons of grommeted holes for cable management and plenty of space to work in the main bay. Behind the mobo tray, though, there isn't much to work with. I took my power cables for top-mounted sata and internal sata through one of the empty 3.5" drive bays at the bottom to avoid adding to the fray behind the mobo tray. Craftsmanship of the THRONE was excellent as well, except for the very last thing I did on the build. The 4 pin Molex for power to the top sata drive port had wobbly pins in it that took me 10 minutes to get to sit right. That was really the only bad part, though.
Update: This thing is incredibly quiet. All you can hear is the air moving through it, even at full speed. The only part that really makes any noise at all is the LED fan array in the front of the case. Next weekend's project will be to try to re-mount or replace those for noise reduction. I have a theory that some of the noise could also come from the air being forced over the drive mounting trays which are removable; I may take the empty ones out to see what it sounds like. Thoughts?
I hope you guys like it; I'm sure you'll let me know otherwise.