If you're not that serious about overclocking, I wouldn't get the cas 4 ram as its very expensive. Pretty much any of those ddr2-800 sticks will be fine though. I use this Mushkin ddr2-800 on a similar setup and I think its one of the best deals right now for ddr2-800. Heres a link to a review of that ram: review link
Will this PSU leave me room to upgrade down the road to a dx10 card?, or a better CPU in a few years?
Will dx10 cards require any special kind of connectors that this PSU might not have?
DX10? Probably not. A better cpu? Yeah.
An extra +12v rail that you plug directly into the card, just like most highend cards. Other then that no.
That Super Talent ram is the way to go. Depending on how high you want to go, you should get an aftermarket hsf, the scythe infinity is a really good cooler, you should be able to hit 3.0ghz with your E6400.
Thanks Guys. I also like that case, so I will probably go with that. The Super Talent has one of the highest review ratings I have ever seen for any product, so I am sure that is great as well. I am just wondering if I need something that good, or if I can OC with something a little cheaper.
As for the PSU, are than any recommendations on for something that would be dx10 compatable in the future and not overkill for today's needs? It will probably be 1.5 - 2 years before I upgrade if I go with the 1950XT, however if I went with something less capable now, it may be sooner.