Case was a lot easier to work in then other people have stated, although I can say a big part of that is due to ASRock's motherboard layout. I do highly recommend this motherboard for this case, all of the cables fit perfectly. If you only plan on using one of the 2.5" drive mounts, the graphics card side serves really well as a cable management area. Make sure when reinstalling the bottom of the case, that the front i/o board lines up, I ended up removing the i/o board and then reinstalling it. I was able to get the i5-6500 overclocked up to about 4.2 Ghz stable with stock voltages, but for everyday use i tuned it back a bit to 4.0. With the stock cooler it goes up to 66 Degrees under a stress test, and the gpu goes up to about 74. Under full load the system is still extremely quiet, which for now is worth the trade off of the graphics card running a bit warm.
As long as Bclk overclocking is around, you get extremely good overclocking headroom. However if it does get disabled, this chip still preforms really well for its price at the stock speeds.
Easy board to work with, all of the connectors are in well thought out locations. The built in Bluetooth is an awesome feature that i was unaware of until I assembled the computer. Being able to directly connect wireless headphones, and PlayStation controllers is pretty sweet.
Wicked fast. Around the same price as competitors, with much longer warranty.
Can handle almost any game you throw at it maxed out at 1080p, Great "console killer". with that said, For $100 more the 970 is worth it.
Best looking slim-ITX case out there, and its really easy to work in if you research it a bit. The built in power supply has worked out exceptionally well for me, however I have heard of some issues if you pair it with a gtx 970 or higher.