This was my first build, and I tried to do a budget build that still was pretty decent for gaming though not quite VR caliber.
The specs shown are different because I upgraded the video card. I originally built this with a GeForce GTX 760 graphics card, and current games looked horrible -- even on low settings, Overwatch was basically unplayable. The easiest fix was to upgrade the graphics card. I was choosing between something like the 960 or 970 and the 1050 or 1050ti. The 1050ti was pretty cheap, and was a very good fit to avoid bottlenecking per bottlenecker.com or whatever that site is called. It was an easy swap, and suddenly this build could crush Overwatch even in the highest settings.
As an aside, I then took that GTX 760 and used it in my third build with an Intel i3-7100 processor, and that new build also crushes Overwatch. So it was the combination of the i5-4570s and the GTX760 that was too weak, but either of those components can be married with other components to make a better game machine. The specs of that GTX 760 build will be posted in my third completed build.
Anyway, the case was roomy, but it was still a challenging build because it was my first. I like the clean look of the case, and having a couple external bays (one for bluray/dvd and one for card-reader/extra usb ports). On reflection now that I've done a couple more builds, this case seems a bit wanting in terms of airflow, and I'm not sure I'd use it for a very high end build that would generate a lot of heat, at least not if it's air cooled.
When I completed the build, there was an initial problem with overheating, fans got very noisy, and I realized I had neglected to install case fans and did so with whatever cheap fans they had at Fry's and it has been fine ever since. (Again, this was my first build.)
Overall, I'm happy with the case, it's a very clean look, kind of like a mac or iphone -- white and sleek. It's really a very straightforward case to build with and probably a good choice for a first build, and I'd use it again if I did not think the new build would generate too much heat for the limited air flow.
The mobo and everything has been great, basically "plug and play." I don't get into messing with BIOS, not that tech-savvy.
Note, the pics show a different monitor than what is listed, as I switched it out for a better monitor, and the pics show the original 760 graphics card, not the 1050ti.