As far as a top level critique, I would think about getting a Core
i3-2120 i3-2105 in lieu of a slow CPU + video card and buy a real video card later. Maybe even think about getting an HP, because there's not going to be much difference in terms of cost or quality.
That case takes full size ATX power supplies, so you could go with something cheaper like a Corsair 430CX. The one you have now comes with an adapter bracket, so it would be fine too.
SSDs need to have like 15% free space to keep from burning out or running really slow. 30GB - 20GB for a Windows 7 install = 5.5GB for everything else. OCZ garners a lot of venom from their customers too. Read some of the reviews on that drive. I would pay the outside $30 for a 64GB Crucial M4 at the very least or stay with regular 7200 RPM hard drives.
One thing with that case is it has fitment issues with full width
microATX boards (like the one in your wishlist) and 3.5" hard drives
when using 4 memory sticks. I would think about a Fractal Core 1000