I was thinking about buying an Xbox One or PS4 but was unhappy with both in terms of everyday life. I wanted something I could use daily and not only for gaming so I decided to build a pc which I haven't done since high school. I do photography for fun (and sometimes make a little money for it) so I decided having a computer that can actually handle the programs when putting together panoramas and what not would be amazing. So I decided on a cheap build at first and then this sight took me away from cheap real quick as I wanted to try overclocking and all of the above. I actually bought enough computer parts (first cheap, then more expensive) to build another computer so I built that and sold it to my roomate at cost.
Wires were kind of a pain with this case as I have seen other cases (albeit more expensive) have better wire management on the back portions. I am overall happy with this other than I will probably be looking for a watercooler on sale (most likely a 120mm like the H80i) due to the fact that it gets hot here in Hawaii and we don't have AC in every room.
The biggest fail with this is the thermalrights fans screw holes are made for 120mm slots but they are still 140mm so they didn't quite fit in the top portion of my case perfectly. Luckily there are a bunch of extra holes in which I angled the screws into.
Any constructive criticism is appreciated. Let me know what I did right and wrong.