This is my very first high end gaming PC and I must say, i'm blown away by the difference between my old low end build, and this one! Everything came together rather well, not too many issues, although there are a few minor problems. My biggest issue is with the Trident Z and the Kraken X52. The bottom tube for the Kraken is pushing slightly against the ram stick closest to the CPU. It's not too bad, I was able to install all four sticks and all four are working just fine. Just keep that in mind if you're looking to do a similar build. The other problem I ran into was cable management. This case makes cable management pretty easy but the basement space gets cramped if you're using all three HDD bays like I am. On top of that, my PSU is only semi modular so I'm unable to remove the cables that i'm not using . I was able to stuff them in there without the cables pushing against the side panel but just barely. I also ran into a problem with connecting the USB 3.0 cable. The connection on the motherboard sits right in front of a cable clip behind the cable shield. Thankfully NZXT made the cable clip and the cable shielding removable, so I was able to detach the cable clip and connect the USB 3.0 cable. The last issue I ran into with this build has to do with the Kraken X52 and the annoyingly janky CAM software. The CAM software has a bad habit of forgetting my saved profiles and losing the drivers for the Kraken. After a bit of searching I was able to fix the issue by swapping the mini USB to internal USB connector that came with the cooler for a mini USB to regular USB cable that I then connected to the back USB ports. I haven't had any more hiccups from CAM so far so I suppose it'll have to do. Besides that, this build was easy to put together and a beauty to look at!
UPDATE: NZXT has released an update for their CAM software that seems to have fixed the Kraken X52 issues that I mentioned in the above description.