Everything is finished and looking pretty good. I was a little bummed to find that the 120mmx25mm fan didn't quite fit, but it turns out two 120mmx12mm fans from Scythe in push/pull fit perfectly and give me about the same temperatures.
This case is remarkable. Lian Li did an awesome job with the design. You quickly forget how small the case actually, everything just fits so well. When you take out the hard drive bays like I did there's more than enough room for routing cables with room leftover for airflow from the front fan. My only complaint is the placement of the PSU. While I understand the sacrifices they made for space, it doesn't make a lot of sense that the heaviest, most awkward component is intended to be put in last. Despite this, it's still a five-star case. The finish if fantastic and the subtle design is nearly impossible to find from other manufacturers (there isn't even a Lian Li badge to be found on the exterior).
Well here it is. Everything is running great. CPU idles at ~30c and approaches 40 under load (in game). I haven't checked them temp using Prime 95 because frankly I'm not worried about it, temperatures are great. I haven't checked the temps of the GPU yet but so far there's no out of the ordinary fan noise or heat.
These fans are super thin. Though they're actually about 12.3mm not 12...
Finished interior (notice the painted CD Drive bracket). The cables are separated so that there's an open channel for airflow behind the front fan.
Here's a comical comparison of my old LanCool PC-K62 and the new case. According to benchmarks that I've been seeing, performance should be pretty comparable outside of multithreaded applications.
All closed up, I'll need to paint those four screws black this weekend.
Last one, hope this inspires you to build a small form factor PC. I'm not sure I can go back to a mid tower at this point...unless it's by Lian Li... or Corsair.