I pre-ordered an Oculus Rift but didn't have anything that would drive it, so I built a new machine. The EVGA Classified Z170 motherboard only has USB3.0 headers, which turns out to be an issue for the Corsair H110i gGTX and the WiFi card. You'll need to buy adapters. (I was originially going to build with the H55 but got the H110i instead.)
Getting the M.2 to work was tricky, as I happened to plug the other SSD into one of the SATA ports it shuts off when you enable M.2. This causes the machine to boot to a blinking cursor, no access to the BIOS or anything. Make sure not to use SATA 4/5 if you have an M.2 hard drive.
The Phantek Luxe case doesn't come with the lighting around the periphery, but it was cheap and easy to add. Other than that, it's a really nice case that looks great.
Updated: Pics with new keyboard and mousepad.
Update: Did some mild overclocking on CPU/GPU, still running around 50C or less under load.
This motherboard has a lot of top-end features, but its lack of pedestrian features can be a pain. No USB2.0 headers made it hard to make the CPU cooler and the WiFi card work, as most peripheral manufacturers assume there is a USB2.0 header available.) No Bluetooth or WiFi is fairly standard for gaming rigs, but realistically I only have this one desktop and I need to be able to pair my bluetooth stuff with it, and sometimes you are not in a tournament and using WiFi would be easiest. (Obviously I knew it didn't have those features when I bougt it, but now that the WiFi PCI-E card I got won't work without an adapter, I'm annoyed.) Also make sure your case will fit EATX, this thing is big!
Nice case at a good price. Make sure you buy the optional light tape for it if you want it to look like pretty much every picture you've seen of it anywhere.