A mini-itx build intended for 4K gaming, VR, and a little bit of video editing. I went with the NCASE M1 as it provided all of the options I wanted in the most compact form.
The RGB lighting was done using the ASUS Aura support on the motherboard. Since I only wanted 2 fans I was able to use the 2 chassis fan power ports and then just used a splitter for the RGB header.
I couldn't find a slim slot-loading BD-RE drive in the US so I just got an external Pioneer and tore it apart. Turns out the drive inside actually had the USB port directly on it instead of an adapter card, so I have it connected to the USB in the back which is slightly annoying.
The cooler is actually an AMD Wraith Original, not a Max. Same thing, but no lighting and half the price. I'll probably eventually upgrade to an AiO, put it on the side bracket, and then move the RGB fans down to the bottom.