Background First off, I know this is terrible and I'm likely to receive large amounts of flak for doing this build. But as the Joker would say, "I did it because it was fun." Why did I choose to do this? Well, the answer is two reasons. First, I crammed a bunch of parts into a reinforced 20.5 ounce (here in the United States we still use archaic units of measurement for some reason) box of Lucky CharmsTM simply for the Lulz factor; the whole idea started off as a dare from a friend of mine and I couldn't possibly be wrong. The other and more important reason is to demonstrate that a PC can be built in virtually any enclosure and can be used for a variety of purposes.
Purpose This setup is purely temporary. I am using these parts for an upcoming build where I will be experimenting with FreeNAS in a budget system. We'll see where that goes. In my main rig Deadpool (which I will be upgrading soon--see my past build guide for that) there is a 3 TB hard drive that is becoming full... so I need a NAS solution to counteract that. But for now, I just decided to temporarily dedicate these parts to building a small PC--somewhat jokingly, of course.
Hope you like it. With all the political drama here in the States I hope it brings some comic relief to you.