This started out as a modest upgrade from a system I built 6 years ago with an I5 2500K and a GTX 690 but quickly got out of hand as I sacrificed my vacation to Japan in order to rebuild my entire PC. The system is mainly used for gaming, medical school and work. The name of the build comes from the lightning effects (white marquee with red backlight) I use with the NZXT Hue+, which reminds me of the sign of my favorite bar in Kabukicho, Tokyo.
The first components purchased were the I7 6700K processor, 64GB 3200Mhz Corsair Vengeance LED ram, Corsair H100i V2 and the Asus Maximus VIII Hero motherboard, which went into my old Thermaltake Level 10 GT case. My friends convinced me to get a tempered glass case to show off the components properly so I purchased the Phanteks Enthoo Evolv ATX TG. After that, it was a slippery slope to making the interior look presentable with braided cables from BitFenix, Corsair ML fans and "proper" LED lighting using an NZXT Hue+.
After seeing my friends' GTX 1080-equipped computers perform on the same games I had been playing using my old GTX 690, I decided to upgrade it as well to a GTX 1080 SC. I bought the EVGA Hybrid cooling kit shortly after and it reduced the temperature while gaming from around 78°C to <50°C, and noted an overall increase in average FPS.
Along with the two new Samsung 850 Evo and Pro SSDs, I transferred my 120GB Corsair F120 SSD and 2TB Hitachi DESKSTAR HDD for storage of documents and music.
I hope to SLI sometime in the near future.
UPDATE 10/23/2016: Overclocked to a nice stable 4.7ghz! I thought it would be a waste to keep this system stock!
Thanks for looking!