This was my first attempt a building a PC and it went well. I think some people overthink building computers and that it is a hard thing to do but in realty it isn't. I originally was planning to build a $1,000 gaming PC but I tend to go all out when I become interested in things, at the time the ninth generation of Intel CPU's had just been released and so had the RTX GPU's had also become a new option.
When I built the PC in early 2019 I didn't take any pictures during the build process I was to focused on making sure I did everything correctly. I haven't had any issues with any of the PC components, however I have had one issue with my corsair HS70's. My left headphone died after about a month, but corsair customer service was great I received a new headset about a week later and haven't has any issues sense.
The build process was very simple and easy for a first time builder, I has no issue with anything while building. I get great performance out of every part and I'm planing of upgrading some components at a later date. I use the computer for mostly gaming and some very light editing, with a lot of web browsing.