I decided to move from gaming through consoles to PC for a greater experience, I'm 16 and had saved up $900, Which I felt was sufficient for a good entry level gaming PC. I did have to cheap out on the case, power supply, optical drive and storage. I already had some spare monitors, accessories and even a spare serial of win7 hanging around so I had no need to purchase those. It's a great machine for playing games that aren't the most PC intensive I have not played games like Battlefield 3 and Crysis 3 just yet, But Source engine games can run at an excess of 100+ fps on max settings, same goes with Minecraft which runs around 200-400 fps on max. Case at times was very annoying to work with when building the computer, when installing the motherboard the case got in the way of the screwdriver so some screws were very hard to get in.Other than the case I cannot think of any outstanding issues with the buildI did not really bother too much with making the computer look pretty, So cable management is just the best i could do to get cables out of the way. I'm not too knowledgeable about PC builds so any opinions or tips about the build or building in general would be kindly appreciated.