First time building a PC so my description is based on previous experience using office computers and laptops.
Wanted a small form factor that looked good and runs well, mainly work and games with option for VR in future. Build inspired by others found on PCPartPicker. Overall very satisfied with the results. Cable management was a huge headache as the ATX PSU blocked most of the lower hole which led to the back of the case.
Forgot to buy more fan header splitters as the motherboard had 3 and the PSU only had 1 adapter from the 'Peripherals' cable (required 5 for 4 case fans and 1 water cooler pump). I didn't want to run any from the motherboard if I could help it in order to make it look neater. Thankfully the Strix 1080 came with 2 headers at the end so in the end, I used those and 2 from the board (split into total 3).
Temperature is decent (?) for a small case. Played 'DOOM' on max settings and had CPU max temp of 45 deg C and GPU max temp of 67 deg C. Idling at ~35 deg C and 50 deg C respectively (this is with 100% speed settings on the intake/exhaust fans and water pump, the 2 fan headers connected to GPU and those on the GPU itself only come on above approx 60 deg C). I read that the H60 isn't too great but it was on sale then. The H80i v2 was an initial consideration but I was wary of the stiff pipes. No plans to overclock so this should suffice for now.
Very quiet case overall, had to visually check that the fans were spinning at the start to make sure they were even working.