Gotcha, I forgot I had that in the pic.
I have Audio-Technica ATH-M50 monitor headphones that I added Antlion Audio's ModMic to.
I love this mic, basically you add a magnet to the side of the headphones and stick the mic to it. It's simple and allows you to convert whatever headphones you want. It can detach if needed.
Thank you, what do you mean by "cans"?
What is "hit" design?
Cable management could be better, but if you're planning on a small GPU and a miniATX board, you should be golden. A problem I ran into was plugging cables into my SSD and HDD. The mounts are way too restrictive so I had to get creative and turn the SSD on its side and mount the other HDD on the metal-facing side of the case. Airflow is good. The design is pretty open and straight-forward so air flows easily and fan choice is simple. There's also a dust catcher that slides out from underneath that I find to be a nice touch.
It's a pretty quiet card. I would measure it a bit more scientifically if I had some of my sound hardware nearby, but overall I forget it's there- I hear the case fan plugged into my PSU first, my 3 Noctua Industrials on my CPU second, my GPU fans third. It seems to do a decent job at cooling as well.
You may have answered this already, but why the 1200W power supply?