In theory there is little reason why there should be anything wrong with the PCs that they supply. All they do is put together a collection of items from other suppliers and sell it onto you.
The test for any PC company is when something does fail and need to be sorted out. It has to be expected that faults will be made and problems with components may arise. Personally I think we need to accpet these. What doesn't need to be accepted is the poor service provided by some companies in sorting these things out.
Mesh is one company that seems to be working very hard to fix any problems that do occur in the best way they can. This is all you can expect and does make a huge difference.
As for Tiny.com only time (no pun intended) will tell as to what they are really going to be like. There is potential for them to create something good, and the fact that Time decided to reuse the Tiny brand suggests that they believe they can build on that image - an image that generally isn't that great.
You could do a lot worse than buy from Tiny.com and at the end of the day if nothing goes wrong you could have gone elsewhere, paid more, and not seen anything extra for your money.
Tiny.com, i agree spec is good for the money but that is where the praise ends.
i ordered two sytems off them on the 4th, they still have not sorted them out yet, and they have charged me for sytems that don't exist, if this is what the sevice is like i would not reccomened that anyone use this company, i certainly won't and will be sending the systems back. oh and there customer care is probably the worst i've ever experienced