TLDR. First off, I apologize to PCMR for my transgression of buying a prebuilt. With that being said, I saved around $350-$400. I did however, spend 2-3 hours cable managing and almost ruined the CPU in the process lul. (LSS: Never worked with an AIO before and accidentally ended up ripping the CPU out of the socket due to dry thermal paste facepalm. Surprisingly the only damage I noticed was a few bent pins in the upper right hand corner; just had to bend them back into place NBD. But I also somehow got thermal paste on a few CPU pins and a tiny bit in the socket mega facepalm... Pro-Tip: 91% isopropyl is your best friend in these situations. Rubbing alcohol + Toothbrush and I was back in business... POST = Great Success).
Anyways, I ordered through shopmyexchange.com so I was able to forgo taxes and shipping costs (If you or a family member are military/veteran, I HIGHLY RECOMMEND).
[Guesstimated for some of the phased out items in the Parts List]
Items Purchased via Craigslist:
-Samsung 850 Pro 128GB (x2) $50 for both
-Gigabyte GTX 1060 G1 (6GB): $150
-Dell S2316M 23" 1080p Monitor: $60
-Seagate Barracuda 1.5TB (Mine is actually a 2.5" I pulled from an external... very noisy)
-Microsoft Windows 10 Pro (Pulled from a Dell off Craigslist)
-Rii K18 Keyboard/Trackpad (The touchpad is garbage, don't buy this--- just pay $5 more for a Logitech)
-Logitech M557 Bluetooth Mouse
-Photive ph-bt1000 Bluetooth Speaker
Purchased 31AUG and Received 17SEP (Did not get processed until 04SEP due to Labor Day Weekend).
Everything was in tact and packaged well. Trust me, I was hesitant after reading some of the reviews online, but for the price and with my prior building experience/google I was prepared to take a chance.
You also get some other little knick-knack peripherals i.e. "gaming" mice, keyboards, extra pci-e wireless card/adapter, etc---basically stuff that's nice to have but sucks having to order individually.
Not everything was gravy however, I had to RMA the ADATA NVME SSD due to a corrupted drive. I believe I read some reviews that this particular model is known to have these issues...
All in all, I think I got a pretty decent deal. Me likey the RGBs and the Processing/Graphical power in this rig are more than enough for my needs. Will probably just update CPU when Zen 2+ launches.
Comments/Criticisms are more than welcome.
Cost of the CyberPowerPC: $949.05
Total Cost of Build: $1209.05