So, this PC took me about 5 Months to get all the parts. I'll be explaining the reason I got some of the parts, but only the main parts, I don't plan on explaining why I bought some of the less important stuff.
CPU: Runs well, I haven't noticed any problems, I plan on overclocking it at some point. I originally was going to go with an AMD FX-6300 but I found a deal with the Motherboard and got the RAM for free with it which put the price of going with Intel at around the same price as with AMD so I went with the i5.
Motherboard: Stable, again, haven't noticed any problems, although I am happy that MSI ships their Motherboards with updated BIOS' so when I found this out I decided on the 4690k and not the 4670k which is a tad older.
RAM: Fast, not much to say, got it for free as a Newegg deal with the Motherboard. No problems so far.
HDD/SSD: Hard drive has plenty of space, gets the job done, is able to store everything I have. SSD was about $60, unlisted on here, but it's good, boots up in about 10-15 seconds. 120 GB, mainly just the Boot drive.
GPU: Great card, I was originally going to go with a GTX 970, kind of glad I didn't in light of the whole memory thing that's going on with the 970. But the 280 is more than enough currently, it runs about every game on Ultra at 1080p 60Fps, The only games I've seen really push it are BF4, Planetside 2, and H1Z1. (I got H1Z1 early access)
Case: It's okay, better for slightly smaller builds, I had gotten some bigger parts I originally hadn't planned on getting so this made cable management a little iffy, I'll probably move to a bigger case but for now it's fine and doesn't really affect too much.
PSU: I trust Corsair PSU's a bit more than other brands. I was originally going to go with a 500W psu but since I changed from a 970 to a 280, I went to a 600W for some extra breathing room.
Side note: Sorry if the cable management is bad. as shown in the title it's my first build. I think it's okay but as stated with the case, I had some trouble because the case ended up having a smaller amount of room after I added some bigger parts. :)
Also, the pics are from my phone, sorry if they look low-res!