My Aunt still has a Dell Windows XP System from 2002 or 2003 that she occasionally uses, and told me she didn't want to buy another system. I have used and loved computers all my life, and as a Computer Teacher, had finally gathered enough courage to build a computer. I figured I'd build her this system for my first attempt and give it to her on her birthday (shhhhhh, it's a secret!) After watching numerous videos, I finally made an account on this site and created a parts list - this PC is based off of the Budget Home/Office Build found under the build guides. I decided to install 16GB of RAM due to the fact that the Ryzen 3 2200G has built-in graphics, and wanted to make sure both it and the CPU had enough memory to work with. I also added an additional fan to the front of the case (this case only comes with one fan in the rear), and opted for an M2 NVME SSD instead of a SATA SSD. While my cable management could be better, I am very happy with this build. It booted up the first time, and I had no issues enabling the XMP profiles or installing the most up-to-date BIOS. However, I now hate IO Shields; that was the toughest part. The rest of the build was relatively easy, and I am now considering building myself a Gaming PC. Thanks to everyone on this site for helping me out!
-I do like this case, but found it went in and out of stock quickly, so either it is being discontinued, or there is a big demand for it