This build was done as a migration from my last build as I ended up wanting a SFF build. for ease of portability as well as decreasing the footprint of my system given my limited space. I initially wanted a Parvum Systems case, but after seeing JayzTwoCents' review of their cases decided to go with something that could hold up better to traveling.
The Enermax Liqtech 240 is the best built AIO cooler I've used to date and has an aesthetic that is equally pleasing. It has great reviews including one done by JayzTwoCents. I picked it for for the reasons stated above as well as to give another brand a chance to impress me the way Corsair has with their AIO coolers.
The only note I will make that is particular to my configuration is that the placement of the CPU power connector on this board made it impossible to connect while the cooler and fans were installed because the lip on it is facing the wrong direction. This means the clip on the power connector faces toward the cooler rather than away, so I had actually break the clip off of the connector on the cable and file it down a little to get it to fit. This isn't really an issue though since these connectors usually fit pretty snug anyway. I have yet to have to connector even become slightly loose or out of place. I also chose this board so that I could use an internal wireless card. I swapped out the stock card for a newer one made by Intel that I have listed in my parts list. I chose that adapter because of good reviews and wireless AC, plus Intel is usually pretty good about keeping their drivers updated unlike other companies... coughASUScough