Thanks for the reply.Very solid, but a couple points.
1. Mothebroard - If ordering online, the motherboard may not support the 3600 out of box and would need an older cpu to update it. If it is newly produced it shouldn't be an issue though. MSI motherboards mostly allow bios flashing without a CPU, or an MSI board with "Max" in the name will guarantee support out of the box.
2. Power supply - Go for EVGA G2 or G3, or seasonic focus plus. Better quality for similar price.
3. SSD - ditch that one. It's fine if you have to have a 2.5' drive, but you will want an nvme based drive (faster and no cables). Bang for buck usually go to hp ex920 or ex 950, adata sx8200 or sx8200 pro, corsair mp510, or silicon power p34A80. Pass on intel 660p / crucial p1 (yes they are cheaper, but they are slower.
Sorry, I forgot to mention that I want to travel with my PC, so that's why I chose node 202 so I could put it in my carry-on bag.
RVZ03 looks good but I found it more expensive compared to Node 202Silverston Raven RVZ03 got okay review from GN but they used a R5-2400G instead of a R5-2600 so I'm not sure how much difference it would be. If I'm moving up to mATX case, I would ditch the ITX board since it makes no sense to pay the premium for it.