Great points, DarkSable. I know the case can accommodate up to 160mm but that likely won't leave much room for cabling. Would a 550w provide enough power for a potential i5-3570 or 7970 upgrade in the future?
Yeah, my first experience with the prodigy was moving from a mid-atx case to mini-itx, and my CX750 didn't even come CLOSE to fitting with cabling attached. It sat basically flush with the power supply cage. :P
I've got an overclocked i5-3570k and a heavily overclocked GTX 670 running on a 550w seasonic power supply with more than enough room to spare. You really don't need that much - the reason graphics cards recommend it is because they're accounting for the bad brands that can't even output anywhere close to what they claim.
EDIT: One other thing to look at is buying HIS for the graphics card - they have the best blower coolers out there, to my knowledge, and that's what you want. In the prodigy, because of how airflow is designed, a blower / reference cooler is actually going to keep everything a bit cooler than an aftermarket cooler that dumps everything back into the case and creates pockets of hot air.
PPS: Does that motherboard have room for a wireless card? Might be a safer option to buy a motherboard with built-in wifi if you really need it. Just remember that gaming on wifi is going to be hell - it's slow and it's unreliable.