I've been a little busy, and haven't had time to get my pictures loaded, Will get to them in the next few days, comments on the case, its a nice design, and good quality, It was super tricky getting the GPU installed, hard to explain, but there's a slight lip on the top of the case, and you can't just drop the card in, but end result, its do able.
I posted earlier the fans that I installed, for now, i'm just using the fan that came with the Xigmatek Praeton LD964 Low Profile CPU Cooler, and it's actually not to bad, I purchase a Noctua, but I underestimated the 1MM difference, it fits a little loose on the heatsink, figure it would vibrate, and decided to work out a solution later, for the two 80MM fans, I'm using the ultra low noise adapters, reason why I went with Noctua, which work out great, and I got the fan for $12 each, no way would I have spent $20 which is the going rate, http://www.xoxide.com/noctua-nf-r8-fan.html
, purchased all the items in my build from here, first time and would recommend, shipping wasn't free, but it was very reasonable, anyway, so far, the unit is quite, but if I where to start from scratch on a new build, I would recommend one of the low TDP CPUs, 35wats. Reason, the case gets warm, around 100F using my IR thermometer. 70F room temperature.
Edit, reversed the fans to exhaust the case, temps, are lower on the case, readings are now just above room temperture.
My i3-550 is putting off a lot of heat, I'm also trying to run the PC in an enclosed entertainment center with doors, but for now, I have to keep the doors open, cpu is running low to mid 50's C and the GPU is running around 60C . I do plan to in stall an exhaust fan in the cabinet, I had purchased a 120mm USB fan a year ago, that' I've yet to install, but since the fan would run 24X7, I'm going to purchase another fan and power it via the rear molex connector on the case, PC is on fan is on, pc is asleep, fan is off, plus one for the rear molex connector.
I had an issue originally when installing the parts last weekend, turns out the GPU that I had decided to keep because I was to lazy to go back to Frys and return, was DOA, got the replacement card, and it all works.
With the GPU, I'm pulling around 50-56 watts of power watching HD TV via my network turner, and the max draw was right at 75watts during boot up.