Most of the internals, Can't spot the 860 EVO 1TB and can barely spot the wireless adapter in there but can spot everything else.
Some nice RGB in an Evolv X
This was my first all-out build. I carried over my 2700x which was an upgrade in a previous build(from an R5 1400) and bought everything else new. I won the silicon lottery on my 2700x and can run 4.3Ghz @ 1.3750V stable. RAM is G.Skill TridentZ RGB 3000CL15(less expensive than 3200CL16 despite having the same performance). The case was very nice to build in, with useful covers for the cables in the back as well as clear routing for them and tie downs attached to the case. The case RGB is subtle and tasteful as more of an accent to the case instead of a main feature. I love the way it integrates with the rest of the build which has some pretty in your face RGB from the x72 and Trident Z RGB. I'm currently debating whether to go full in your face and get some Corsair LL140/120's, or whether I should switch the stock Phanteks fans with some black/white accent Noctua Chromax fans.
I wouldn't recommend most people get hardly any of the parts I did because the value proposition is pretty bad when you're getting a CH Hero 7 but not doing LN2, a Kraken x72 that performs marginally better than a Dark Rock Pro 4, an H500 instead of Evolv X, 2 1TB M.2 Sata SSD's instead of a single 2TB Micron 1100 or a 240GB 970 Evo + 4TB X300, and a ROG Strix 2080 OC instead of an EVGA 2080 Black. The overpay on all the parts was worth it to me given it's supposed to be as much a work of art as it is a functional PC. I use it primarily for gaming(1440p144) though practice editing videos and learning Python right now.
If I could do any upgrades to it right now, it would be aftermarket cables in black/gray/white(probably Cablemod Pro Series paracord with white outside, gray inbetween, and black middle), ASUS ROG Ryujin 360, and a Strix 2080ti OC(I want that binned GPU). Only thing other than that would be going with a custom loop setup with hard tubing, though I'm a ways out from doing that and would definitely prefer a GPU upgrade over res/pump/block/tubing/fittings/fluid right now.
I've elected not to include any pictures right now simply because I haven't taken any since I built it back in early November and am currently using it. I might add some soon when I have time to do so.