For the record, that's the case I just bought last month. Understated but still pretty, and I like seeing everything inside. Just ...count on replacing those three front fans, I've got 2/3 of them giving me crap, may or may not have something to do with being placed next to a cold window mid-winter.
Unfortunately with the cost of video cards where it is, I'd frankly tell you to keep your peepers open for rigs going up for sale on Facebook/Craigslist that already have GTX 970 or better/GTX 1060 or better, video cards are virtually nonexistent or so overpriced you shouldn't buy them. If you insist on putting one together yourself with new parts, my best suggestion to you would be to pick a price you're willing to pay for a graphics card retail, and just basically sit on your hands until you walk into Best Buy and WHOA, there's one on the shelf, pick it up, check out and THEN start building a PC around it. Because participating in the third market for video cards right now is ludicrous, and prebuild outfits are starting to bump up their prices. Even retailers are, but it's still not "$750 for a GTX 1060" bad on that end.
You've almost gotta take care of the graphics before you go any further. You may want to wait for the next line of cards to be released and hope you get to be an early adopter. You should NOT buy a used card stand-alone, and you should honestly not really participate in the aftermarket pricing games at all, as this just sustains this nasty situation.
I picked up a 1080 for $550 at Best Buy, out of sheer luck (maybe people were out of money after Christmas, but I had $250 in gift cards to blow), that card now goes for $800 on eBay. Not even 3 weeks later.