Abula since you have the TJ08, I know this may be a bias answer for you, but which case do you honestly think is better, and why?
From a newegg review,
Other Thoughts: -The Cooler Master RR-B10-212P-G1 at 158mm tall barely fits. The tips of the heatpipes press against the side panel just a bit which bows out the panel ever so slightly but not enough to keep it from sliding on properly or looking odd.
The hr02 is 162mm tall, 4mm more than coolermaster 212, so might not fit. The case seems narrower, to what i can see, the back has a 80mm / 92mm fan not like the Solo II, P280 or TJ08 that have a 120mm on the back, i dont own it so its hard to say for sure, but my guess is that the HR02 macho wont fit or wont allow the door to close. Another downside of the lian li is that it has the hdd cages in front of the intake fans, so air is partially blocked, this might be important since you want to use HR02 passive. On the TJ08-E if you were to only use a single 3.5 hhd and single 2.5 hdd you can remove the hard drive cage and let the air go directly to the heatsink (some say the cage helps with temps so you can leave it also but empty).
Now on the TJ08-E not all is perfect, there wont be much air on the top chamber where the PSU is located, it will relay on the PSU to passivly dispose the heat, it does have a top vent so thats what i would do.... but hard to say if would be enough. The TJ08-E also has a very noisy frontal fan, specially at 1300rpm, even at the low setting (using the built in switch), its way to loud for my liking, but if you undervolt it to around 600rpm becomes decent, still at this rpm is moving a decent amount of air, on the post i prevouly did, you can see he runs the frontal fan at 400rpm or so with still safe temps. I say this as if you go this route, be prepare to undervolt the fan, so get a zalman fanmate 2 or any controller of your preference to be able to undervolt the fan.
Now on the new mobo your selecting, DP67DEB3, i have mixed thoughts, you are not overclocking, so i think you could save some $$$ just going with H67 mobo. Intel can lower pwm fans (i have only experience with scythe on intel mobos), to 300rpm on the cpu, at least on my DH61DL and DQ67SW, this is partially the reason im also using the solo II, as i will run 3 fan (maybe 5) at their lowest rpm setting, expecting the end result to be inaudible at 300-500rpm, but this i yet to do, as my case still on transit.
Once again, it looks like a lovely build Abula.
Could you post pictures once its built?
I sure will, but probably around Christmas.