Put this together for my entertainment center. Not as easy to work in as the 250D but not too bad. Typically need to pull the radiator out to get anything done. Its mounted on 2 rails and 4 screws hold the rails in. Modified the 8 pin CPU power connector to get the H105 to fit. Get's a little warm when I run IBT, but normal use never pushes the CPU that far. Using Speedfan to set a fan curve the SP120's stay quiet, until it get under medium to heavy load. Noise is still tolerable at that point. Much better in that regard than the shuttle XPC's I've built. Awesome gaming PC and fits in my entertainment center. Still waiting on the white 24 Pin power cable before finishing up the wiring. I opted to put the 4TB drives in a raid 1 an external USB enclosure, makes for a reliable mobile media library. I feel like this thing should have racing stripes.
Update 2-3-2015: Replaced memory: 1866 GHz Corsair Vengeance Pro with 2400 GHz Corsair Vengeance Pro
Update 3-31-2015: Hey look at that! Over 100 likes, and ranked in the top 1.5% of completed builds on this site! Thanks everyone! makes me feel all warm and fuzzy. Still need to change the 24 pin power cable. I have it, just been lazy, also the PC has been getting heavily used in the living room with all vids for the kids, and my gaming and movie needs, so there's very little time when its not in use.
Update 7-31-2015: Replaced 980 with 980Ti, finally installed that power cable (see pics if you want), Installed windows 10, and gave it a good cleaning. Changed the name to something a little faster sounding.
Update 4-13-2016: Flipped the H105 so that the hoses are now towards the rear. The hoses really push hard on the rear fan, looks like I'll need to notch the fan ring or oval the mounting holes for the radiator. I also had to remove the EVGA IO cover. I did this to make room in the front for the H75 I installed for the HG10 980. It was a bit difficult to double thread the screws through the case and then through the H75 radiator. Got it done though and everything fits... barely. The only concern is the pressure from the H105 hoses on the rear fan. I used one of the case fan headers for the H75 pump and removed the stock paste (after a stupid mounting mistake on my part) and applied some gelid extreme. The system is overall quieter, but the HG10 fan doesnt go any lower than 1600 RPM or so. This causes the idle noise level to be ever so slightly louder, as the HG10 fan is much more audible than the ACX 2.0 at their lowest settings. It should be noted that I'm using precision X to create a fan curve for the GPU and an overclock. Memory up to 1800 mhz, core to 1400 mhz and +18 mV. I suppose I could use the quiet or default fan profile for the GPU which would set fan to 0 RPM at idle. Temp wise I notice the whole system is a few degrees cooler overall. The GPU now idles a bit lower at 26C and under load is much cooler than the stock ACX 2.0. Even with GTA V max settings I haven't been able to push the GPU temp over 55C. Sticking with speedfan for custom fan profiles keeps the system quiet and increasing fan speed in the rights spots in relation to the components they are cooling. I've posted some picks, sorry for their poor quality and the excessive dust. I need to bring it into the office for a cleaning, at which point, I'll take some better pics.