Due to condo space limitations I wanted to replace my dying 10 year old full tower and 2 monitor setup with a small form factor case and ultrawide monitor.
I spent a lot more then I originally wanted to, but other than my PSU issue which could of been avoided by buying a cheaper SSF Case, I'm quite happy with how it turned out. Performance is great, Gsync + WQHD @120hz gaming on an Ultrawide is life changing. I don't think I can ever go back to 60hz.
Sleek SFF Case + Ryzen 2700x + GeForce 1080 Ti = full size gaming power with a small footprint. Unfortunately the included psu in the INWIN A1 terrible and should be replaced ASAP.
UPDATE I removed the PSU and replaced it with the Corsair SF 600 80+ Platinum SFX model. It was a bit of a pain to do the swap but the new SFX PSU fits nicely with an atx mounting bracket. I think an ATX psu would also fit properly. The case is much more quiet now, and isn't shuting down anymore due to the PSU overheating. Unfortunately the PSU Shroud doesnt fit so well. Im holding it up with a single screw and some electrical tape but its good enough.
Pros: Looks good, great performance at stock, great price.
Cons: Wraith Cooler can be a little noisy.
Pros: Overall great build quality and packed with features.
Cons: No optical out, Can't seem to figure out how to turn off LEDs on the MB when the computer is powered off, a little expensive.
Pros: Looks great, small footprint, sexy lights, good temps.
Cons: Included PSU is absolute garbage. Although its good for light loads it constantly overheats and will hard shutdown the pc under a heavy gaming load after a few minutes (a little longer if the case doors are removed), even thought CPU and GPU temps are normal (<75*c) Its also loud as hell, it sounds like a jet engine under load. Had to order a Corsair SF 600W Platinum, which will require me to disassemble the entire case to install and possibly lose the PSU shroud in the process. Also working in the case very tight, it made connecting cables to the MB very difficult I suggest you plan out and route your cables before you attempt to install the MB.
Pros: Holy hell this thing is sexy.
Cons: Maybe too sexy... Expensive, try and get it during a sale. Stand is sturdy but massive.