I had a few parts laying around that I wanted to put to use by creating the rest of the build. Been pretty into SFF lately. In the fall I finished a Node 202 Ryzen 5 3600 build (I painted the Node 202 white, maybe one of these days I will get around to posting that too :P). Anyway, when I saw the Jonsbo C2 on aliexpress I knew I had to have it, since it fits the (much) less expensive Micro ATX motherboard size and full sized ATX power supply form factor. It's only 12L (only 2L more than my Node 202!). The downsize is that it is an absolute pain to work in, and it is cramped inside (hence no pictures!). Since this build uses a slightly wider 4-dimm Micro ATX motherboard, I had to remove the only drive mounts the case includes and therefore had to double-sided tape both drives to the inside of the case. Also, since this power supply is not modular/semi-modular I had to really bunch up the cables in order to fit them in. Airflow is also pretty poor, there's a single 120mm intake fan at the bottom and that is it. The power supply exhausts air out the back. The only reason this works is because the low TDP i5 (65w) and RX460 (75w) don't put out that much heat, but the case still feels warm to the touch after loading the system up.
The prices are accurate to what I paid on eBay and OfferUp, but they may not be the exact parts (for example, the memory I used is 4x4 DDR3 1600 but is not the exact model, same with the hard drive).