Ok, so this is by far the most painful case I have ever used for a build, but my wife wanted this case so I made it work. I would neeever buy a case like this for myself. Even the RVZ01B was far, far easier to work in than this one. There are some weird choices on the interior layout; I had initially thought to put a dual radiator at the top, but that was overheating the GPU (ability to orient the GPU with a riser would have been more better a la RVZ01B). So I ended up putting in my old H80i instead.
Good thing was every single part worked. I went with the Sandisk SSDs because they are relatively well priced and dependable.
What I actually spent on this build was ~$1170 since I already had a couple of 390Xs laying around (due to worthless Crimson CF drivers which saw me retire them) as well as the H80i and monitor.
Had a few snafus as I was building this, aside from the dual rad, a pulled CPU power cable at one point and a loose RAM stick at another point. It's just too easy to accidentally dislodge things with the obstacle course design of this case. Also the case has a very cheap quality to it with extremely flimsy plastic "handles".
Just glad to be done dealing with this case. Hopefully my next case I will be working in will be a Corsair 780T.
I will say that the STRIX 390X is basically too big for the case with that AX 760 PSU; it all fits, but not very well at all. 1/4 inch lower on that PSU bracket and it would be fine, but as it is the PSU cables brush up against the GPU.
Seems to work as it's supposed to and runs fairly cool.
Do not like this AIO, but didn't want to drop coin on an X41.
Great single GPU, but stay away from Crossfire since Crimson drivers came out.
Not a fan.
A monitor, nothing more, nothing less.