This was me finally going from a full size ATX built to a mATX build. I was tired of the big giant cases and trying to find a place for them. So I decided to go small and fit as much stuff inside of a mATX case as I could. I decided to go with a Parvum case and the modular aspect of the case made it a breeze to work in. I did some custom painting and also got some custom sleeved cables from ensourced.net. The cables came out amazing and I couldn't of asked for a better job. I sleeved the pump and some of the other components in white sleeving. I really just wanted a gaming machine that was small enough to sit on my desk. I also wanted to try my first shot at using hard tubing for the water cooling. There was a lot of measuring, cutting, and sanding to get it all done. I went with fittings over bending the tubes because it was my first time working with hard tubing, and I thought the fittings would work better with the build in the end. One thing I would of done differently would be to get some thinner radiators. The XSPC rads I got are 40mm thick and there was no room left to work with. I will be upgrading next year to dual Pascal cards and getting a 34" ultrawide monitor. I love the aspect ratio of the ultrawide monitors, just wish mine was taller. Let me know what you think about it.