There's not much to talk about here, but I'll try to break it down a little. The Ryzen 3 2200g is great for budget gaming and amazing as a current gen desktop APU, plus it's unlocked if that's your thing. The motherboard fits the bill in both price and features, and it's pretty much black, so no complaints there. The RAM is Micron B die, CAS 15, dual channel, and clocked at 2999Mhz with the XMP profile for them. Good kit, and they're fast enough to get good preformance out of the Ryzen iGPU. The SSD is quite fast for it's price range, and I had no problems with it. Around 450 mb/s can be expected for read in general. The HDD I got for free, and it's totally fast enough to handle my documents, downloads, pictures, etc. The case checked a lot of boxes for me, and is a decent budget case, with room for good cable management, a side panel window, dual USB 3, and dust filters. The PSU is quite nice, considering it's semi-modular. I'd personally recommend a 450 of this same PSU, as the $20 could go back into the build for something like RGB fans, or a light strip, as the motherboard has an RGB header. Finally, I purchased a cheap red LED case fan to accent the front of the build, and to help with airflow.
EDIT: That is a temporary setup to finish installing Windows and updating everything. I'll post my permanent setup photos later...
EDIT 2: I might add a 1050ti later on, but the Ryzen 3's iGPU with fairly fast RAM like the kit I used is comparable to something like a 1030.
Solid APU option for anyone with a budget.
Intial hiccup with RAM XMP compatibility, but a BIOS update fixed it. Check your RAM before buying. Other than that, nice board, and good looking too.
Decent dual channel option for a budget ryzen build. It's also Micron B die.
Best SSD for under $30. Uncontested preformance for such a low price.
For free it works, but better options for cheaper if you're looking to buy.
Fun case to build in, looks good, plenty of useful features.
Semi-modular PSU that looks good, works good, and isn't too loud...