This is my "not so much portable but at least not a total hassle to transport or ship" build. I had always wanted to build in an ITX case, but didn't find a case I liked until the Node 304. What attracted me to this case was the full dust filter coverage, and support for large air coolers and long video cards. Overall the case turned out pretty nice to work in, getting my stuff in wasn't that hard and there's plenty of tie points.
I did however, improvise my SSD mount behind the PSU with velcro. At first this was to not block the airflow so much, but as it turns out Corsair likes to ship their SFX units with their stiffest cables in the universe. I just could not get these things down without the ends popping out of the sockets where they block airflow a little. I might order custom cables one day, but until then, they're just gonna have to stick up like that. (I also pulled out the cable for the fan controller since it's useless to PWM fans).
AND yes, I had to bite my lip and think happy thoughts when I paid for the video card. It's a long story as to why I even had to do it (I was originally planing on re-using on old one :/). A like-new 1080 Ti isn't so bad though.
Update: I caved and bought custom cables from CableMod (Modflex ones). 100% worth it, they look so much cleaner and are super flexible.
Quiet and cool. Noctua never disappoints.
This is where I splurged a little. Lots of storage very fast, for far less than Samsung's equivalents.
Compact and surprisingly easy to work in. I like it.
A good PSU by itself, and the automatic fan shut-off feature is nice, but oh my god are the stock cables garbage. They are unbelievably stiff, which is hell in an ITX case.