Upgrade over my last rig. Not new to building PC's, so it went smooth. I know some will comment, "WTH, why'd he get that board and not overclock?". I haven't gotten around to it yet, but I will.
The corsair case is absolutely wonderful, except for the fact that it arrived to me damaged. According to corsair, I'll have to wait a little bit before extra parts are available, because the part that's broken (the front panel that hides that 2 fans in the very front) isn't available at the moment because the case is so new. But besides that, it's quite awesome. The fans are very quiet and very good, plenty of room, completely tool-less (I didn't use any of the provided hdd screws.). Only things that had to get screwed in were of course the mobo and the radiator for the cooling.
The samsung is very snappy as to be expected and I'm very pleased with it. Ditto for the Segate. The FSP will be an odd-boy to some, as there aren't many that I've found that have heard/used them that often, but I was quite impressed with it. Comes with everything you need and more.
Motherboard is very cool, and comes with almost a dozen SATA cables, including right angle connectors, which is awesome. The BIOS/UEFI is very intuitive and user friendly, as is the board itself.
All of the "Custom" stuff I already bought over the years, so it wasn't bought all new at once with the other parts, with the exception of the Shimian (Korean) 27" IPS monitor. If anyone is on the fence about getting one of them, get off the fence and buy one already. Monitor is well worth the money and I don't have any dead pixels, and contrary to what many people have on the amazon comments section, this monitor has a full suite of color/picture controls just like any other monitor.
Use for the computer is video editing, video encoding, video capture, blu-ray creation, and the occasional messing around with Photoshop and gaming. What's even more surprising with this computer is that it actually blows cold air out and makes my room cooler, as opposed to it making it warmer as was the case with my previous computer.
The last 2 pictures show how the front panel sticks out in the top left. Behind it, there is supposed to be a small, plastic tab/knob, but it broke off during shipping.
EDIT: Put in a ticket with Corsair and they just shipped me a new front panel. Awesome support on their end :) I also uploaded some more pics. Sorry for the delay.