My purpose for this PC for the present is to run server files and possibly use as a media PC. My intentions for this computer for the future will be adding a GPU and using it as a mobile gaming computer and/or hopefully installing Steam OS to use it as a Steam Machine.
Component reviews to come, system was just assembled today, haven't even installed an OS yet. Though I must say assembling in this small of a case was quite a lot of fun and a challenge, you can see from my pictures the cable management isn't terrible despite my choice of using a non-modular power supply. The CPU temps at idle are a little on the high side and I will be adding a cooler master 120 water cooler in the near future to maintain low temps considering I won't be giving this machine a break once all the server files are up and running.
December 30th 2014 update
I have now added the 120V liquid cooler by cooler master and I'm happy to report that my cpu temps dropped 16 degrees at idle. Since I was getting steady lower temps I decided to put this machine under some stress so I loaded up a game server file (7DTD) and was pleased to see the work load barely stressed the system. Only dissapointmet is the amount of noise the cooler master radiator fan makes though I am entirely sure I can tune this to be more appeasing in the bios just didn't feel like messing with it last night.
Being that this was my first water cooler and my first ITX build I have to say cooler master made it as simple as it could possibly have been despite the significant space constraints. Almost every component on the ITX case is removable for easier interior access and the water cooler was no harder to install than a new fan and cpu air cooler. I am very pleased with this build and hope it maintains low temps and stutter free gaming for years to come.