This is my first ever build. I'm a student which is why I opted for AMD - I was looking for most bang for buck for every component, and although I'd love to go Intel with a nVidia card, I don't have the money. This does more than enough of a job for me though - I can run Battlefield 4 at 45fps steady!
As you can see I've overclocked both the CPU and GPU by small amounts, and found both alterations together gave me a 4-5 fps boost. That's also why I opted for the 8320 instead of the 8350 - the only difference is the clock speed so I saved myself £30 by applying the small overclock.
Cable management isn't amazing (but is is a lot better then when I first put it all together) but I think I did a decent job, and my temps certainly aren't alarming, so I'm happy with it. The Z11 Plus' half window also means when looking in, what isn't tucked behind the motherboard tray isn't obvious, so it works quite well.
I also replaced the included Zalman LED fans with the Corsair SP120s - I'm not a fan (pun intended) of LED lighting in rigs as I find it tacky and ruined the clean vibe I was going for (no offence to those of you who like it - personal preference.)
As you can see I went for a black/blue colour scheme - which wasn't actually intended until I realised I could get the blue RAM slightly cheaper, and then spotted it would match the motherboard's cooling features. Then when I got the SP120s, there was a choice of white, red or blue coloured rims, and obviously the blue worked nicely.
That's it, thanks for looking!