I'm planning on mainly using this computer for gaming, office tasks, and surfing, but with these specs I am confident that I can do more if the need arises.
Well I didn't "need" to build a new PC since I was running an i5-4670k in my old rig, but the new bells and whistles with the Z270 boards made me really get the itch. Once I was able to sell my old backup rig I could justify spending a bit more money and buying the CPU, cooler, board, RAM, and case. Luckily over the years I had done some upgrades to my Z97 build so I had the M.2 drive (came with PCIe adapter card), the 850 EVO, the 980ti, and the decent power supply. Once I got all of my new parts everything went together nicely and fired up without a hitch. While doing the actual build I really tried to take my time doing cable management, which I typically rush and it doesn't end up looking very good, but since I've been watching a lot of BitWit Kyle's videos on Youtube, I've seen that cable management can be a work of art if you put in just a little extra effort. While my cable management isn't exactly perfect, I think it does look pretty damn good.
The prices in my past list are what I paid for items and since some are not new, the prices could be higher than they would be otherwise. Before somebody says "why didn't you get a GTX1070 or 1080", I've had my video card for just over a year and don't yet see a need to upgrade.
Future upgrades could include another/larger M.2 drive, swapping the DVD burner for a Blu-ray drive, and maybe a LED light strip (white) to help show off the internals a little more.
Update: purchased and added custom V1 Tech backplate. Although it is magnetic (to screws heads on back) it does look better than the visible solder points.
Update 3/21/17 Added Corsair H100i water cooler. I used the 2 Arctic case fans that I had on my 212 EVO on the H100i because I have heard that the stock fans were loud and I knew these ones worked well and were quiet. I also kept the stock 140mm Fractal fans in the front of the case so I'm essentially doing push/pull with my radiator.