It was a blast building. However, I had 2 dents in my case so I had to it to send it in and get a replacement. For some reason I thought Newegg could just send me a new side panel and we could call it a day but that was a little too optimistic.
I was so excited to see all of my parts in one place. After I got off work, I spent 4 hours trying to get it right. Really, it should have only taken 45 min at most, but I totaly forgot to put on the IO shield, used the wrong screws for the job, and had to wait for my AMD chip to post (which took at least 20 mins it seems). Not only that but I also had a mix up with my Windows 10 boot flash drive so I ended up having to get a new one and download a bootable version of Windows. But, in the end it all worked out. And, it runs good.
The second time I put it together (after I recieved an undented case from Newegg) it took me around 45 mins. It was pretty easy and I had lots of fun with it. This time I actually tried to make those cables look better.
And, for anyone curious, yes I know the GTX 1050 isn't a great value, and it definatly throws off my build, but I plan to upgrade when Nividia comes out with something fresh for me. Or, AMD if they have something good to offer.
I will give an update to leave with my 1600 overclocks to and also my RAM speeds turns out to be (Probably around 2900 with this board).