Nothing Fancy, budget was around $1000, including some peripherals. This was built for my girlfriend, She helped (the best she could) put it together and learned the purpose of everything. First post was successful with no errors or DOA parts, thanks again Newegg! I spent a couple weeks piecing this together before purchasing. I was skeptical if a couple parts would fit (240mm rad and fans with optical drive). For those wondering, they 'fit'. Take that as you will, half the radiator is kind of blocked by the optical drive, but is still efficient. That other part, the Corsair RM850 is a longer PSU and I had read several reviews and specs stating the RM850 and similar long PSU's would not fit, I chose to take that chance. Once again, it did 'fit'. Almost no room for the modular plugs, you'll need small hands to get in there!
I also added a 80mm fan behind the SSD cage, no problems there. I could have gone for a bigger video card, but I was on the edge of my budget. There's plenty of room to spare for a higher-end card. I went with this mini-itx board because of the on-board Wi-Fi, some reviews I had read stated it was flaky, or did not work. I've had no problems with signal dropping. As for the PSU, is 850w's overkill? Maybe, but for around the same price I could have purchased a lower wattage with nothing to benefit from it, plus it's fully modular and upgrades are welcomed easily in the future.
This is a fantastic case for a very low and affordable price! Very easy to work with, plenty of cable management options, and space.