This started out as a barebones kit I called Godzilla. Over time I've upgraded so much that the only original parts are the RAM, HDD, and DVD drive.
I use it mostly for gaming, watching videos, browsing the internet, and very soon, programming. I absolutely love the 7870 GHz edition. The tv I use as a monitor only supports up to 1366x768, so the card is very capable of Ultra settings at that res. I benchmarked it at 1920x1080, and it got +30 fps, and max temp was 60 C. I just yesterday put the build into the Phantom 410, and I'm blown away by it. Cable management is phenomenal, there's tons of room for cooling and GPUs, and it ain't bad to look at either!
I'm not too fond of the power supply, because the cables are very very stiff, and it made it difficult to route them through the back panel. It's also too low for me to Crossfire another 7870, so I'll need to upgrade when that time comes. It was free from a friend though, so I can't beat the value of it, lol!
The thing I love the most about this build is how far I've come with it and how much I've learned from it. It gave me the inspiration and motivation to go to school for Computer Science.