My previous build was from 2009 onward with a trusty Phenom II x4 965 and a few different Radeon GPUs over the years. It lived long enough to see AMD rise once again with the killer Ryzen, but also the not-too-shabby Vega. With news this year such as the GeForce Partner Program or Intel speculative execution flaws, I am quite comfortable with my position.
This Jonsbo case is beautiful with plenty of room despite being ITX. Due to the motherboard orientation it fits full-length graphics cards but also full-size CPU air coolers, with one important note. While the height of this CPU cooler still has ample room to spare, the rear of it is actually right up against the top of the case. This motherboard is the only AM4 ITX motherboard with the RAM slots located along the edge of the board and subsequently the CPU socket located further away from the I/O ports. If I had chosen any other motherboard this cooler would not fit. Now because I could no longer locate the outtake fan within the body of the chassis it has been manually relocated into the I/O compartment at the top of the case. The airflow is not great with only one intake and one outtake, but the blower-style cooler on the graphics card, and the PSU, each help draw additional air out. Everything else should be fairly self-explanatory.
Of troubles I have had, the motherboard had to be RMA'd once after it stopped POSTing a few months in. After all early AM4 BIOS updates the RAM still cannot run stable at full 3200mhz speeds, granted this RAM or any 32GB RAM is not listed on the QVL, but it is stable at 3000mhz. The remaining Gigabyte software is horrendous for reliably controlling the fans and LEDs, and updates to the software have literally removed advertised features. Last, this motherboard is not supported by Gigabyte's SDK, so there are no other options. I will never be purchasing from Gigabyte again.