My daughter kicked *** in science this year in school, so I agreed to build her a new PC. Catch was, she had to help me build it. She uses it for basic gaming (Sims, City Skylines, Skyrim), and digital art. The GPU is from my last build; otherwise, it's all new components.
We started this build before Ryzen launched. If I did this over, I'd likely have gone with that, but we haven't found any bottlenecks for what she's using it for, so we're happy with it.
Note: when I attached the GPU back plate with the hardware it came with, I couldn't seat the GPU properly due to lack of space by the RAM sticks. I ended up just attaching it with double-sided tape, which worked fine.
Edit: as some of you suggested, I moved the RAM over one slot. Thanks!