I had been wanting a mini ITX for quite some time, and needed something especially soon to be used as a secondary gaming computer, since my main rig is currently not working as I diagnose the problem. There were a couple cases I had in mind that I was going to use for this mini itx build, I was originally going to use the Corsair Air 240, but once I found the 380T, I knew I wanted it. I really wanted this build to be a simple, easy, but powerful computer that still had the chance to be upgraded a little in the future. For this reason, I went with the AMD A10-7850k, as it was a capable APU for many small load games and just stable video, to go along with this APU setup, I had to pick up the corsair Vengeance Pro 16GB DDR3@2400, as higher speed RAM is a must for something of this setup. But, I also play graphically intensive games so I do have the option to use a graphics card, which brings me to what card I currently have in this build; The MSI Radeon R7 370 4GB, I did not specifically choose this card for this build, I actually just picked 2 of them up at a cheap price to hold onto for a crossfire build, but it works very well in this build, apart from it getting noisy under high load, which I don't mind, or notice much while gaming with headphones on, but in time, I will end up taking it out and either replacing it for a different card, or push my APU to it's limits and see what it's really got to offer. I haven't ran into any 'bottlenecks' as far as my choice in currently using a card paired with this APU, I have been getting very respectable FPS and I will post benchmarks at a later time. I usually go with evga power supplies but I went for something different this time, and wanted to try out corsair. I originally had a semi modular PSU from corsair for a cheaper price, but I really wanted full modularity for this particular build, so I went with the RM650, which was a VERY TIGHT FIT, it may be a little much, but it was also the same price as the 550w and just seemed like a great quality product, and I am happy with it thus far. Storage was simple, I wanted a small SSD for my OS, and main programs such as Photoshop, Illustrator, and a couple games, and I will be using a WD Red series 2TB HDD, plenty of space, and nothing fancy since this is after-all only a secondary build, where I don't need a super fast HDD. I was very excited to see that this case would accepted a front mounted 200mm fan, so I immediately bought the NZXT FN-200Rb, which brings me to my first con, kind of. I had bought it, not knowing there would be any fit issues, which is when I later discovered that this mounting brackets for this fan are actually only 190mm so it would not fit properly in my case, so I simply custom drilled these holes and it works excellent now, besides the fact that it is still a bit too thick to fit without putting too much force on the 380T front mesh panel, which I don't like, but does, kind of, work. So i would recommend either just keeping the 140mm white led fan in the front (which does look great) or research on fits for this case. Another con I had was with my CPU cooler, which could have just been a defective unit I received where the black plastic ring around the fan blades, was not properly fit and the blades would scrape against this ring, luckily I noticed before installation and was able to bend it back so it would no long touch, and I've had no problems with the cooler since. I will post benchmarks later when I get the chance to do so. If you have any questions, please ask since I am sure I forgot multiple things.