The H2 is my first assembly, made for the woman who makes my life worth living. She had previously managed to get by with a 2009 MacBook and a donor PC, neither of which was well-suited for modern desktop computing to say nothing of gaming. This system was designed to replace both and does so quite admirably.
I didn't run into much trouble during the build outside of mistakes I would imagine are familiar to the novice. Most glaring is an issue with some of the tabs on the IO shield getting misaligned on installation. Also I'm fairly certain M.2 drives were designed by sadists. While largely complete, I'll likely add the Noctua in a push-pull config on the EVO (which does an admirable job keeping the CPU cool despite being a dated design), replace a few of the built-in fans with something a bit nicer, and revisit cable management.
I would have preferred something with a bit more punch than the RX 580 but Vega was more expensive than I'd prefer and NVIDIA's lineup doesn't work so well under macOS. All things considered it pushes 60+ at FHD on ultra settings across modern titles.
Can't say either of us are disappointed in the results.
Update: Installed the Noctua on the EVO using the attachment kit that came with the EVO. At first, I tried optimizing with Fan Xpert, but .. temperature didn't change much, not that you would expect it to. Turning to BIOS fan optimization, I found improved results. FFT Torture Tests under Prime95 failed to push the package or cores above 68, in limited testing. Altogether, an improvement of a few degrees. Still have to revisit the IO shield & cable management. Put in an order for some 4tx and RGB splitters so I can install the remaining PWM fans.