I Started out with the intention of just taking the guts from an XPS 8900 (I7-6700K) and putting them in a new case and MOBO to allow the use of my H115i Pro and provide better overclocking ability. Interestingly, I originally built the computer with the XPS parts so all I bought was the MOBO, Case, and G.Skill memory (All for around $500) and had it up and running... Then my sister told me she needed a PC so I ended up buying the additional parts to allow me to put both computers back together. I was going to just buy another I7-6700K for Drogon but found the I7-7700K chips were a lot cheaper (not sure why). Essentially, the price for this build includes Drogon as well as putting my XPS 8900 back to stock.
I already had the EVGA 850 G3 power supply and MSI video card, but purchased the rest.
I have the 7700K OC'ed to 5Ghz currently with no issues. I will go for more at some point.
I neglected to take pictures during the build but included a couple of pictures of the case installed in my desk. Next time I pull the PC out of the desk, I will take pictures. Because it fits so tight, it is kind of a pain to remove it. There is still room at the top for radiator air flow, I have it exiting the case with the front fans providing intake. Runs about 5 degrees C higher in the desk than sitting on the floor.
On a side note, the Corsair Air 540 is a sweet tower with huge amounts of room. I will consider a custom loop in the future. One downside of the case is that you are limited to 280 mm rads and a second being no filter for the top mounted rads. There is room for XE size 280 rads in the front and probably the top as well with plenty of room for other cooling loop hardware. I should also state that the reason for choosing this case was its ability to house an ATX MOBO, my 280 AIO cooler, and still fit in the space shown in the pictures.