So I'm looking for kind of an oddball form factor for a build I'm planning later this year. I am not looking for a portable LAN system. I just want something that's a bit smaller under my desk so I don't kick it as much, and I've spent years using ATX full towers but most of them have been a single GPU with no expansion cards and only 1-2 hard drives. I don't think I've had an optical drive in my main rig since 2007. For storage, I plan to get a 1TB m2 SSD and use that for everything - one or two 2.5" or 3.5" bays would be okay, but I don't want one of those designs where the case has a rack that can handle 6-8 drives in the front. It seems like the majority of SFF cases are 'cubes' (basically, a wide and squat case with a horizontal mini-ITX mobo and the PSU above or below it) which isn't really what I'm looking for (they are the same depth as an ATX tower, just wider and shorter). I'd rather have something that's as tall as a normal tower, just shallower and/or narrower. As a minimum, I'd want something with a Mini-ITX mobo, a SFX PSU, and a full size 2-slot GPU. Which would point towards like a Fractal Design Node 202. I'm also looking at some which would handle a Mini-ITX, full size PSU, and the GPU like a Silverstone Raven RVZ01-E. And then at the high end, I'd also be interested in something that can do MicroATX, full size GPU, and a full size PSU like a Silverstone Fortress FT03. That's the kind of form factor I'm interested in. I'm planning on building this towards the end of 2019, with one of the new Zen2 CPUs when they come out, 16GB of RAM, and re-using my current Geforce GTX770 for the near-term. So I'm not locked into either mATX or mini-ITX, nor am I locked into a certain PSU form factor (although the GTX770 needs a 600w PSU). It seems like mini-ITX boards tend to have a 25-30% price premium over an equivalent mATX, and similar for SFX PSUs over a equivalent wattage ATX PSU. It seems like mATX has a bit of future proofing in that they have 4 RAM slots usually (so I could do 2x8GB this year, and potentially go to 32GB in the future if I wanted to, with just adding two more sticks). I'm probably not going to do any overlocking and was probably going to use the stock AMD cooler (although if it doesn't fit and I have to buy a lower profile one, that's OK as long as I can get decent performance out of it - some of the designs I've seen with ~50mm of clearance and having it butted up against the PSU seem like they wouldn't work with a high performance CPU like a Ryzen 7) Any suggestions for other cases to look at?