UPDATE: Decided to saw away at the case a little bit, I really like how it turned out. I really wanted an S340 elite, but decided on doing a little modding instead. Now I have the only S340 like it :)
This has been my first real build and I'm really happy with how it turned out.
Wanted a clean, white, aesthetically pleasing pc that would primarily be used for full blown 1080p gaming.
I5 6600k overclocked to 4.2ghz Asus Geforce GTX 1060 6gb Asus Z170-A motherboad NZXT S340 WHITE case HyperX Fury 8gb 2133 RAM EVGA 500w Non-Modular PSU(learned a lesson there, get a fully modular PSU!) CoolerMaster 212 evo CPU cooler (top painted white-plastidip) Phantek PSU extensions (24pin, 8pin CPU, 6 pin GPU)( don't recommend these as they ended up looking dull and dirty white.)
The PSU shroud in this case is originally black but I wanted it to accent nicely with the white components. I attempted to do this by taping off everything else and painting it with white Plasti Dip. I was not happy with the way it turned out, looking grainy and when dirty when I took a photo with the flash on. (DISCLAIMER: PLASTI-DIP DOES NOT PEEL OFF THE TEXTURED BLACK SURFACE THE SAME WAY IT WOULD PEEL OFF CLEAR COAT.). The PSU shroud can not be unscrewed and removed. I ended up drilling out the rivets that hold the PSU in place to remove it, simple process. Once removed I used paint thinner to remove the Plasti-Dip which proved to be a much faster process. I used automotive paint and a clear gloss finish which gave it a much cleaner look. Riveted it back in and bam.
Anywho, system performs great. Run all games so far on ultra with no problems. Star Wars Battlefront 70+ FPS on Ultra settings, FXAA maxed out, CPU under load never got past a breezy 51 degrees C. .