This build was meant to be at an estimated $700 budget for my sister. I went just a little bit over on the price, but the parts were well worth it. The build is very basic, nothing that really needed to show off to masses. Cable management is about as good as I like it, I know I could have done better with aftermarket wires.
The computer itself has decent qualities, one for the quality of the case. Last year I purchased a Corsair 600t case for myself and downgrading to 300r, the quality is nearly the same. Corsair has some really good cases in my opinion.
Adding the SSD to this build, was a great choice. The main reason my sister asked me to build her a computer was she was tired of having the same quality of "cheap" machines from retail stores. The boot times are ridiculous, that alone will make her love this computer even more.
This build is not meant to game on, as the reason why a video card was not added to budget, which left me more room for the SSD and the i3 -4130 (which I will say, this i3 surprised the hell out of me).