I got the balance of my parts yesterday (minus the power supply) so I put the system together last night. Using the stock HSF and with having no SATA devices, the process was shockingly simple. The front panel power/reset/activity LED connections still suck though. I scavenged a power supply from an old machine and installed Windows 10 from a USB stick. From this I learned that it is a bad idea to not have the PC hooked up to an ethernet connection while installing as this process didn't go as smoothly as it could have. There was some real weirdness around getting the graphics drivers installed as they refused to recognize that I had an Intel IGP. Fortunately, the Intel Driver and Support Assistant was able to recognize the IGP and install the proper drivers and then, from there, I was able to update to the newest (HDR supporting) version. I did some testing and Youtube HDR works in Edge but local HDR playback in MPC-HC is hindered by having to use madVR to properly support it and that, even on lowest settings, is proving to be a challenge for the IGP @ 4K60. I'll keep tweaking and see whether I can reel that capability in or if I can find an alternate solution. I don't know how much local 4K60 HDR content I will be having to play back, but if the system can do that it can pretty much handle anything else I might throw at it.