This build went fairly smoothly. For being such a cheap case, it was actually pretty nice. The magnetic dust filters are great. Only two areas that really showed cheapness were the punch out expansion slot brackets and the plastic window (though you could only tell by how lightweight it feels). Would definitely recommend it if on a budget. Got the graphics card, power supply, and WiFi card used locally.
Managed to overclock the 2200g to 3.8GHz at 1.44v. Temps were great, never really exceeded 50c. The graphics card on the other hand did not take to overclocking too well. Couldn't get more than a 50MHz offset before it caused things to crash. Overall, it ended up being a rather good looking build. You can find the build video below. https://youtu.be/nI14JQr60f8
As can be seen in the pictures, if you use interior lighting there will be light leakage through the unused holes in the side of the chassis. I covered these up from the inside with long strips of electrical tape to give it a cleaner look.
If you use a 3.5" hard drive in this case, there will be vibration. A lot of it. It will sound as though the case is about to lift off when a 7200rpm HDD spins up in there. The rear panel is largely responsible for this. I would highly recommend making up some foam pads to go between the case side and the HDD. This helped to significantly bring down the amount of noise produced by a drive. The case includes anti-vibration mounts for two 2.5" drives, but not the 3.5".