I will use this for video editing at work until we get company computers and then it will be my personal computer for editing, gaming, etc...
So far everything works great and I couldn't be more thrilled.
EDIT: According to this article from Puget Systems ( https://www.pugetsystems.com/labs/articles/Adobe-Premiere-Pro-CC-2015-3-CPU-Comparison-849/ ), the 6950x is the best CPU for editing with Premiere Pro CC (that's what I use). I agree its at least a little overpriced but with this in mind, I think it's worth it for me. I also should probably mention that I purchased the 6950x before I read this article.
Super fast, super awesome. Certainly pricey but I edit 4K video so worth it for me. Didn't want to go xeon because its still a personal computer.
Fantastic cooler, works very well. 30 degree idle temps on i7 6950x and 45 degrees on 100% load
Amazing motherboard. only cons are price and the cable for the thunderbolt 3 adapter are brightly colored so it looks awful in my system but still worth it
I had high hopes for this case. Aesthetically it's everything that I wanted and nothing I didn't. However, on the inside were some of the same quality issues I saw on my $40 corsair case. The metal is very thin in the expansion slot area and flexible on the motherboard tray. I have a 280mm radiator in the top as an intake (intake: 2x140 in the front and 280mm rad up top ; exhaust: 140 at the rear and the PSU is fan up as an extra exhaust) which was easy to install thanks to the removable mount at the top. Over all I had very high hopes for a case that costs almost $200 usd and I was a little disappointed to the same shortcuts taken to save on production costs.
Amazing! I love this PSU. It comes with plenty of cables and the build quality is fantastic.