Joaquin... because it is a BitFenix case... Joaquin Phoneix? Get it? ...I thought it was clever :\
Gorgeous gaming rig, designed to be easy to take to LAN parties. It works great! Easy to carry, and not overly heavy.
The motherboard has a somewhat strange PCI-E layout. It would be difficult (but possible) to get 2 cards in there for SLI or Crossfire. I think I may swap for a liquid cooled next gen card for VR someday.
I didn't intend to use this beefy of a power supply, but the one I had ordered online came smashed to pieces. So as eager as I was, I just ran to a Best Buy and picked up the Corsair 750W as it was the best option they had.
Cable management is tricky in this small case. You'll definitely want to be minimal and use as few components as possible, as it gets crowded fast. Definitely use a modular or semi-modular PSU.
Air flow is strange. Because of the position of the PSU (front bottom), the bottom should act as the exhaust while intake can come from the rear and/or top. It comes with an included heat shield in case you mount SSDs on the bottom, but I decided to just put my SSD in the (non-window) side panel.
Overall the system runs great and cool, except when under heavy overclocking the graphics card gets hot - but that is to be expected as it is just fan cooled.
I can post more pics and answer any questions, just let me know!