I've been wanting to build a gaming computer for a long time, I recently acquired some money so I put it to building this computer.
Firstly, I am aware of the cable management issues, I thought this case would've offered more, but you can't feed any cable round the back of the case, otherwise, you can't get the back cover to go on. I can assure you I will save up and get a new case, so it will look better in the future.
The general use of this computer is a mix of work & play, I will generally be used for gaming, but also for the odd piece of work. It is currently located at my girlfriend's flat (In the kitchen) until I sort out my stuff to make enough room for it, it will also have some more RAM installed soon, as I am about to tear down another computer that has compatible memory, as well as a Blu-Ray drive.
I do plan to get a 3rd Party CPU cooler, I think the 62C temps when under load is perhaps a tad too high, but need to save up a bit more first. At the request of my GF, I had to make sure it lit up, hence the lovely red lighting installed. Although I replaced the original case fans that had LEDs as they rattled like mad.
Generally, I quite happy with how it went, as I said, the case will be replaced at some point, probably to something with a nice window. Feel free to comment on my selection of parts, but please be aware that I actually overspent on my budget, hence the cheap(er) case, so please don't say "should've spend x more and got this instead".
EDIT: I have since did some changes to the layout of the components, the insides are now significantly tidier than before, which has resulted in temperatures dropping on the CPU from the max of 65 to 46, a huge improvement. I'm no longer in a rush to replace this case, just needed the experience of laying it out correctly.