My workstation/light gaming PC, with parts carried over from a tiny Skylake build. My last case had severe issues with temps and noise, so I purchased a mid tower and a nice cooler in the H7. The system idles at 30°C, has great airflow, and is silent during normal operation. RGB on the Phanteks 350X is subdued, giving the case a bit of flair without a gaudy aesthetic.
Cables on the EVGA B3 are modular and braided, making it easy to clean up the internals. As an added bonus, the the 1050 Ti operates without a 6-pin connector due to its low power draw. The SSD is amazing when loading heavier applications like Visual Studio and is a massive improvement over my old HDD.
For productivity, the i3 and a cheap Amazon keyboard meet my needs. Dual monitors are extremely helpful for gaming, web development, and spreadsheets: the AOC is thin, stylish, and lightweight; the Dell can be turned vertically if needed and doubles as a USB hub.
The motherboard is great, but the wifi antenna is terrible! When you screw the connectors into place, it puts stress on the little cables since you're literally twisting the rubber. They tore themselves apart after a few months, forcing me to replace them with a third-party product.
The low profile is useful for niche builds involving tiny PCs. Sadly the fans get really loud when the GPU gets hot, which kind of defeats the purpose of building a small, unobtrusive PC.
A smartly-designed case with no real cons. The exterior is classy with subdued RGB. Airflow is great at the top, front, and back. Cables are manageable using the mounting points, velcro straps, and cutouts. You get tempered glass, a PSU shroud, and support for an EATX system. 3.5" drive bays are behind the PSU shroud so they don't block airflow.
Note: You may need to buy a long SATA cable to connect a 3.5" HDD to a mini-ITX motherboard. I went with a 39" cable from Fry's.
Affordable, lightweight, stylish, and incredibly thin. Love this monitor.
It swivels into portrait mode, doubles as a USB hub (4 ports), and has height/tilt adjust. Very useful as a second monitor.
Super helpful on my wrist after long periods of time writing code. Great for productivity, but difficult to game with.