This was thrown together quickly as my main PC (~9 years old) is giving out). I am saving for a gaming build and will then relegate this to HTPC duties in the living room.
The case wasn't as bad as I thought it would be to work with, until it was time to bring in the ATX, non-modular, PSU. Cable mgmt options were few. Also, since the SSD mounts directly to the bottom of the case, I could not get the SATA power cables to fit. I ended up flipping the drive over and securing with Velcro. I installed the PSU with the intake fan facing INWARD, pulling the output form the stock HSF directly. Also, the hot-swap bay's fan lines up nicely with the vents on the rear-top of the case.
All-in-all a simple build for simple purpose. I would use this case again, though there seems to be more elegant SFF offerings showing up for a bit more $. Temps are holding solid ~30c idle running Windows 8 and some mild multitasking (web browsing, Spotify, Office, etc.). Have yet to test under multi-media duties and will update.