I've also recently built a system in a Node 202. No pictures at the moment, though. I have a bit more work to do. I need to replace the cables with custom ones (PSU is modular so no extraneous cables, but the ones I have are too long), and am going to install some internal antennas wince the outer casing is plastic (I had bought some, but missed the fact M.2 uses a different connector than mPCIe). I am also going to upgrade the video card; I was going to do it later, but with its tarting to run in hairdryer mode more now that winter is over, I might do it sooner. In the mean time, case fans maybe.
I have to thank SFN for pointing out some mistakes I made (almost tried to buy a Prolimatech Samuel without realized it was too tall after adding the fan, and forgot H170 was an option instead of Z170 since I won't be overclocking)
Anyways, here's the build:
MB: Gigabyte H170-WiFi
RAM: 2x 8GB Corsair vengance DDR4-3000
GPU: Saphire Radeon HD 7950
SSD: 512 GB Samsung 950 Pro
PSU: Silverstone Strider 450W
CPU Cooler: Cryorig C7
Case: Fractal Design Node 202
I do have to say, it's hard to find the HTPC(esqe) case that has both an internal PSU and full height card support off a riser. Most of the cases that looked good were for low profile expansion cards straight off an mATX board, and a few had external power bricks, which I hate.
As mentioned, future plans are to do custom cables, and I am planning on upgrading to a Nano (maybe a Fury, maybe something else)