Many of my friends who have not already switched to PC are doing so, and I am building PCs for them. Recently, my friend Kevin wanted me to build one for him, so I did.
I only had two problems building it, and only one of them was my fault. I am not joking when I say that it took us AN ENTIRE HOUR to screw the motherboard into the case. THE CASE DID NOT COME WITH THE RIGHT SIZE SCREWS. Come on man. We ended up having to use the screws that would attach the PSU to the case to screw in the motherboard. Only 5 of the 8 holes are filled, but I wouldn't have left it that way I didn't think it was safe. Thankfully, other screws ended up working for the PSU so we didn't have to spend long on that. The other problem was after we had installed Windows 10. We went to download Steam and drivers, but we had no internet connection. We were 3 feet from the router so we knew that there was something wrong from the computer. He needed to leave for a family dinner, so laying on the rug, I opened the PC to see that everything was plugged in correctly. Low and behold, the wifi card was not pushed in all the way. That was the only thing that was out of place. After that, it was a smooth ride and he's had no issues since.
There isn't a headset included, just a splitter because he already had a headset.
I forgot to take pictures for this build as well as another, but I am doing another one soon so I will do my best to remember to take pictures then.