I see no issues at all. Great system. There isn't a single game that wouldn't run really great and most would run at maximum quality at 60FPS. A handful like Crysis 3 etc would have to be very slightly tweaked to maintain 60FPS.
It's got SupremeFX audio, similar features/quality to the board you linked and cost about the same. If you get that then buy the i7-4770K instead of the i7-3770K.
I recommend getting a 120GB Samsung 840 EVO for Windows/apps (put Steam/games etc on the hard drive).
I would then use Acronis True Image (or Windows Image) to create a backup Image if the SSD to the HDD once Windows/apps/updates are all done and working great so you can RESTORE in case of drive failure or data corruption such as a virus.
No complaints with your choice of HDD but 2TB versions aren't much more money.
4. CPU cooler?
5. Windows 8 64-bit OEM?
6. START8 works great to make W8 look and feel like W7 for the interface. W8 is a better OS aside from the interface which I hate but I've used W8 with Start8 for roughly a year and it's great.
If you are talking about videos of GAMEPLAY the NVidia has a great feature called Shadowplay coming. It uses the NVENC encoder on the graphics card so the performance hit is so small your games would stay at 60FPS so you can stream/record and not affect gaming (a rolling 20minutes to start). Sometime soon.