I won the case at a LAN raffle(SanDiegoLAN), and then shortly after my old computer smoked itself after an apartment move, so I decided to build something powerful enough to run my Vive, but maneuverable enough to easily take to LAN events.
I had originally bought the corsair cooler, but didn't like it, so switched to the Noctua.
The Noctua cooler comes with a 14mm thick fan, but I bought a 20mm thick Noctua fan and swapped it out.(The cooler comes with hardware for the 20mm in the box, so was a painless mod)
Next, I wanted to vent some of the hot air off of the motherboard, so I dremeled out the side of the silverstone case and added two 60mm noctua fans.
I plan to eventually laser cut some custom acrylic windows for the silverstone case.
The monitor I got off of ebay for much cheaper than it's list price, and it works fantastically.
I absolutely love the Silverstone case. I bought the handle for the case, and it's awesome being able to put all my peripherals in a backpack, then pickup my case, and my monitor and walk out the door.
Great cooler for a sff build, and already having the hardware for a 20mm thick fan was super convenient.
Great motherboard. All of the main functionality is top notch. Only loses a star for it's RGB compatibility, or lack there of. They're a closed hardware that you have to use their own branded software. Which means my Case lights can't sync with my Logitech RGB keyboard or my Razer RGB mouse.
I love this tiny little case. It's really easy to work on. Quick to disassemble and get to all the parts.
I would suggest custom power cables though. The 'flat' cables that come with the Corsair power supply are a bit of a pita to route.
I think this is a must-buy if you get the Silverstone rvz02 case. It looks awesome installed, and is so convenient.