I recently uploaded an HTPC I built for mom. My aunt saw when I built it and threw some money at me not long afterwards, so here I am again.
It's basically the same build but with a bigger case. I got different parts because Newegg was having their promo code promotions again so I got some better RAM and stuff.
She'll only be using it to surf the web, check her email, do some budgeting and her taxes. I'm pretty sure this will be just fine.
Just put everything in and the thing booted right up. Although I'm not a huge fan of MSI's motherboard, their bios is nice and easy to use. As far as cable management goes...I didn't really make much of an effort. Just made sure it didn't look like a rat's nest. It's not like there's much to worry about with this build anyway.
Problems I had with this build...
The cables for the Rosewill Case's front panel I/O are SO SHORT. ON TOP OF THAT the front panel headers on the MSI H81-E33 are towards the back of the case. I'm sure if I had a smaller case this wouldn't have been a problem but, I had to do some McGuiver-ing to get them to reach.
Also, not really a problem, I've just been spoilt by other manufacturers. The motherboard front panel header isn't labelled, so I had to look in the manual (gasp! the horror! he had to look in the manual!)
That's pretty much it.