I created this system as an upgrade to my previous SFF build, which had been geared primarily towards gaming, with the intention of using it as a workstation as well. As soon as Phanteks announced the Enthoo Evolv Shift case, I knew I had to use it in my build. I wanted this machine to be good-looking, as well as powerful, so I threw in some fancy components, like a NZXT Kraken X42, TridentZ RGB RAM, Phanteks LED strips, and some custom cables from CaseMod.
Overall, I am very happy with the build. The Shift case is solid, well-made, and beautiful. Unfortunately, the Kraken X42 does not fit very well. Using the intended radiator orientation, the PSU will just barely not fit into the case. I rotated the radiator and shifted it so that it overhangs out the back side of the case slightly. This prevents me from completely closing the back of the case, but the rear panel is still screwed in and secured. I was able to add an extra fan to the radiator, so now it runs in a push-pull configuration for better thermals. The custom PSU cables help keep the build clean by allowing some flexibility in cable routing.