Built to house my DVD collection. Since picture have changed memory cooling fan and the video card. Also later this year plan to change the CPU from the FX 8350 to the new FX 9590. When just seeing what PC Part Picker 2 problems were stated. 1: 2 additional SATA 1.5 Gb/s compatible ports are needed. This is solved if look at the custom parts there is a SATA 3 card in the build. 2: additional SATA 6 Gb/s compatible port is needed. This is covered by the Syba 2.5-Inch HDD/SSD RAID Caddy with Two SATA III. There was one problem I found was the power supply was not enough, due to all the cooling fans. Since not wanting to have to drop another investment for a 1500W power supply I added a Coolerguys 100-240v AC to 12 & 5v DC 4pin Molex 2A Power Adapter for the fans alone. The 4pin Molex cable goes through one of the grommet holes in the back of the case. Doing this everything works fine. The temperature of the inside of the case runs around 3° F warmer than the room which is kept at 72° F. As for the CPU usually around 87° F. There is another thing that I did was to put the push fan for the push pull setup for the water cooler on the outside. The reason for this was there was a lot of space opened up over the mother board. So that's about all.