First ever computer build to get me through University. Used for all work and a bit of gaming from time to time. Didn't want to make a really cheap PC but also didn't want to spend too much due to my restricted budget. I was originally going to exclude an SSD, however whilst waiting for my case and motherboard to arrive I decided to spend a bit of extra money to save me having to do it at a later date.
The case came with two front fans installed, and the other two corsair fans are used to exhaust out of the rear and top of the case (Although I may switch these around further down the line.
Cable management isn't perfect due to the additional connectors on the wires provided with the PSU, however I will change this further down the line probably with more aesthetically pleasing connectors.
The Acer monitor was around £120 at the time of purchase a year ago when I used it as a second screen to my laptop & a monitor for tv and playing console at uni last year. The Phillips monitor is being borrowed from a flat mate who doesn't use it anymore.
EDIT: I swapped the case fans around to make my stock 'Fractal Silent Series II - 120mm' exhaust, and my Corsair fans intake as the corsair fans run at a higher RPM per percentage than the Fractal fans (At 50% the fans ran at: Corsair 926rpm; Fractal 750rpm).
Good case for its price point. Nice simple design. Has a hidden slot for SSD, two 3.5" disc trays with quick release, and a hidden 2.5" mount in the rear of the case for an SSD. No PSU shroud though which is a bit of a bummer. Built in dust filters that can be easily removed. Bit of space at the back of the case for a bit of cable management too. Window made of plastic, not glass so be aware of that before buying. I am definitely happy with the case though for £50.