This version of the case is much much thinner than v2 and v1. Maybe a little too thin to be honest. That being said, I took it on an international flight in my backpack and it survived the trip. I printed it in cheap AliBaba thermochromic filament. It changes from purple to hot pink when it gets to 31 degrees C.
The case was designed for the ASROCK AB350 Gaming ITX motherboard. Other Mini-ITX boards may work but will likely need a fan position adjustment and I/O panel reconfiguration.
The fan grill doesn't appear to negatively affect the cooling/performance of the Ryzen 2400G APU but I think it looks cooler without the grill.
I upgraded the RAM up to 32GB so I can use the machine for a software development workstation. Otherwise, the following parts list is still relevant: https://ca.pcpartpicker.com/list/gWXXsZ
The most significant change from the previous iteration of this design is that the power supply is much smaller. I'm using this power supply and transformer:
I run Arch Linux on this thing day to day now, it's been rock solid for the last few months at least.