Replacing an old Haswell build that lasted me about six and a half years. This will be used as a main PC with occasional side duties editing and post-processing audio when not on the mac. I did cheap out a little with the fans going with those Antechs over something like Corsair LL's but whatever - if they die they'll go. Was never really into RGB outside of keyboards for use in the dark, and since building PC's starting in 2001 I never once used light, I finally figure if I have to have a box sitting there that I can't hide I'd rather make it a bit more visually appealing.
Undecided if I like the current fan setup - specifically the lone 120 exhaust on top - don't know if it's so close to the HSF that it's sucking some of its available air or not. I may go liquid later or might just get a better heat sink from Be Quiet! or Noctua, no idea yet. I'll have to keep watching the CPU thermals. GPU thermals look good and at times as low as 29 idle and usually 65 load.
Plan on throwing in at least one NVMe some point later since the 500GB 860 is dedicated to holding wave files and pictures.
No real hiccups while building. Though I initially was using my old Corsair TX650 power supply (in use in the images), which of course is not modular, so it made for a total mess under the shroud and behind the motherboard tray. With the Meshify there really isn't a lot of room if you want to retain use of the drive cage, which I did.
12/14/2019: Actually returned the Noctua and went with an AIO. I still haven't felt like getting in there again to throw in the Seasonic psu and the Cablemods cables for it (they're both sitting here). CPU thermals on the H100i are about 30C idle (with ten second spikes jumping 10C) and under full load using OCCT comes in around 55C.