For the power supply, newegg and zipzoomfly have pc power and cooling 750w power supplies on sale for less then $100 after rebate. Pc power and cooling have up to 60 amps on the 12v rail, more than enough for almost any video card setup. For the case, consider the noise factor. If you're not into extreme overclocking, then one fan in front and one in back may be all you want. I personally hate noise, and will put up with higher temps to avoid it. For the ram, amazon.com had some ocz 1333 ddr3 (3x2gb modules) for about $67 including shipping with no rebate. Best deal I've seen on 6 gb. I don't have the link; do a search at fatwallet.com.
For a bit less than the price of the sniper you could go Full Tower and get the HAF 932. Plenty of room and cooling options. The scout has free shipping with promo though if you act really soon though. Any of those cases would be a good choice. i7 does not seem to be overly affected by ram so do not bother overspending.
This is a pretty good deal. http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E168...
I wasn't sure what power I would need for this system, hence my 1000w fixation.
Xaira and logainofhades both suggested the Corsair modular PSUs, especially the 850w. The 1000w Corsair on NewEgg is down to $209.99 after all the rebates. I think keeping my future upgrade options open, it might be a good deal at only $10 over the 850w. I agree that I would save money on a non-modular PSU but I like the clean look.
As for the SSD drive, I'm still mixed about the longevity of them and the true cost/performance benefits. I'm going to take a closer look since the SSD is cheaper than the Velociraptor, and I'll do a little research into the SSD. I like the thought of the SSD but have my apprehensions.
I think I have a good idea with everyone's suggestions as to the RAM. So my only last concern is the case. I'll check out all of the suggestions here and probably make a purchase really soon (possibly today).
Thanks again, more suggestions are still welcome! I'm glad I posted here!