No, not a macintosh, Little Mac from Punch Out you silly people!
Anyway, so I finally got around to a mini build that I've always wanted to do and if you look at the first picture, you'll see what I went from as a main PC (Note: The bigger PC has now been sold off). This was my first time getting a go at a mini-itx build and it was quite an experience. It was definitely a major change when going from a big case with good cable management right down to a tightly spaced case. A lot of cursing and frustration happened while assembling this thing, routing the wires the best way for the drive bays to fit etc. However, despite all of this, the end result is a fantastic little case that fits just right on my desk and I'm very pleased. I know there are some out there who did a better job than me at cable management, but I've done my best to make it as less cluttered as possible while also being able to fit all 3 drive bays. I don't plan on using a VGA anyway.
CPU: I chose this because I just needed a cheap dual core for the time being and this fit the bill, I plan to change this with quad core FM2+ APU in the future (cheapest quad core series with integrated graphics). As of right now though, it's quite a speedy processor for what I need it for.
CPU Cooler: This is a CM Hyper 212+, I've also had this from another build and I'm using it on this PC because I would like to OC the CPU for fun.
Motherboard: One of the few A88X chipset mobo's available and it includes WIFI so this was a no brainer.
RAM: After upgrading my gaming build to 8GB, I used the 4GB for this one.
Storage: Never used an SSD before, I thought it was about time I used one and wow the speed on this thing is amazing. 120GB is fine because I'm just going to be using this for school work, I'll probably add a 1TB drive in the future.
Case: There were many cases to choose from, but when I saw the opportunity to get it so cheap, I jumped right at it, it's a very nice looking case too and very quiet.
PSU: Before anyone shouts at how excessive this PSU is, don't worry, I KNOW! This is a PSU I've already had and I'm reusing it temporarily, I'm eventually going to sell it off and swap it for a more suitable PSU.
Monitor: Got this guy for cheap on Boxing Day, the colours are very nice and it seems like a solid monitor.
Mouse: Got it as a gift for my gaming days, keeping it because it's comfortable :).
Keyboard: Very basic, low profile, quiet and solid construction, exactly what I need for school work.
Overall, I'm satisfied with how this turned out but if you feel you would like to provide feedback, please feel free to do so. BTW, if anyone can suggest a good, quiet PWM CPU fan I would appreciate it. Seriously, the fan that came with the 212+ is the loudest thing in my case now lol, I would like my case to be as quiet as possible.
Edit: I forgot a had an extra Noctua P12 fan laying around, so I replaced the CM fan with that. It's not PWM, but it does the job fine and is much quieter. I've also put the fan on the other side of the heatsink and put it in pull configuration, so now I have more space for my cables.