This is my fourth build; Fell in love with the NZXT Manta the moment I saw it, and bought two for my build and my wife's. This belongs to the latter.
For some reason, the country I live in (Singapore) has a slightly revised version of the NZXT Manta. The 2.5" drives slide out towards the front of the case rather than towards the back, and there are cutouts for where the USB port of the NZXT Hue+ would be. I couldn't find any information on this revised version online, and was very pleasantly surprised to see this. There's a NZXT Hue+ in my own build, which should get posted soon, once I tidy it up.
This damned Gigabyte ITX board has it's internal USB3.0 header wayyyy too close to the CPU socket: (a) it's hard to cable manage the USB cable without ugliness and (b) I broke one of the USB3.0 pins when installing the CPU Cooler. Thankfully, it still works (at USB3 speed too) and I have no idea how or why. Other than that, though, the board has pretty decent I/O and features, and hasn't caused any problems. Will see how it fares when I get down to OC'ing.
I got her some Cablemod extensions and WideBeam strips to finish off the build... No regrets. Also, a couple of cable clips and fan filters from moddiy really helped to tidy up. Could use a little more work with the cable management but I was getting lazy (and running out of cable ties).
I'll be glad to answer any questions anyone might have about building in this case/with these parts. Enjoy!