I built this for a coworker's wife for her to use while stationary in the kitchen. Something with staying power and could take a little abuse from their son.
The build was super smooth. Since there was a window I tried to make it a little nicer but cable management wasn't a problem. It's a good case, even without a $20 rebate I got. Everything else was on deeper than normal discount--no tax and free shoprunner + premier shipping from Newegg got it to $504 total. Could have saved maybe $100 going with a G3258 platform but he wanted bleeding edge new.
Chose the G4500 for the Intel 530 over the 510 for double the EU if they do light gaming. They don't keep photos or movies on the PC so the 120GB was enough but I left space with the bracket for future HDD without having to add the built-in bracket for 2 x 3.5" HDD but ended leaving it in there anyways to tuck in the non-modular PS ends. Also, their son is about 12 so he may tinker with it at some point so I made sure to get him a decent case that looks good and could do some basic watercooling.
They seem happy and good buys all around. Had fun.
Price is a little high still but the best bet to get the EU from the Intel 530 over the 510 on the entry Pentium. Good for basic desktop PC anything else seems to be overkill unless you're gaming or constantly editing video.
Best entry DDR4 board. Better monitor connections options comparatively. Easy BIOS. Worked out nice.
Good case, nice clean build. Seems very flexible for AIO water cooling if that was useful in the future. Strange placement of SSD drives-can mount them visible or on the cable management side tucked out of the way but works good both ways. HDD bays cage is removable to make for lots of space. Corsair logo on the front is just small enough to cover with an Intel processor case badge for an extremely generic but sharp look. I'd use it again.
Super wobbly stand, might buy again but make sure your desk is solid otherwise this thing is wobbling over.