Added an M.2 storage, Stream Deck, custom cables and RGB cable combs, and switched to Corsair keyboard and mouse.
I decided to add an M.2 for quick load times in major games, especially VR games (Half Life: Alyx is amazing by the way, hands down the best VR game made by the time of me publishing this). I also added an Elgato Stream Deck to my build for a lot of different reasons. I love the variety of things you can do with the hotkeys. I can set music/ambient sounds (like rain) and lighting in my house with the press of a single button. I was okay with having a Razer keyboard and mouse, but I did decide to switch to a white set of Corsair peripherals because it was more aesthetically pleasing, I like the width of the actual font on their keyboard and after figuring out how to enable all the buttons on the ambidextrous mouse of theirs, it's a lot easier for me to use all the buttons at high reaction time without worry that I'm going to click other small, nearby buttons. That's a big deal when you are playing fast-paced FPS games.
Having FINALLY gotten custom cables and RGB combs for them has made the inside of my PC look the cleanest it ever has. I love it.
This my desk now in the dark.
Desk with lights on.
Clean internal look with custom cables.
Much prettier with the RGB combs.
Changed monitors, added a Rift S, updated GPU, Storage, and RGB
I swapped out my TV and old monitor in favor of 2 32" monitors on mounted arms. Gained more space on the desk, which is now an adjustable one (which is great for VR). I went from an RTX 2060 to an RTX 2080 Super and I don't skips of any kind while in intense VR games, etc. Added a few more lights to make the whole inside glow and added an 8TB drive so I don't need to worry about space for the next 3 or so years while I keep any and every game I play installed.