According to Anandtech's LCD buying guide, this is one of the better gaming monitors on the market. Rather expensive compared to a few other offerings, whether or not it's worth the extra money is your choice.
AM3 mobo with DDR3, great budget board. Would have gone with a GIGABYTE, but reviews said that because of the placement of the PCI-E 2.0 slots, CrossFire would be a tight fit, if even possible. This board has good slot placement, making CF a valid upgrade path. SB750 is AMD's latest southbridge, and the best option for overclocking.
Very good gaming processor, comes close to the E8400 on newly formatted systems, but it's strength lies in it's third core, being able to offload any background apps onto it and leaving two just for gaming. Also overclocks very well.
Comfortable mouse, adjustable DPI switches, good value.
Total: $999.88 before $60 mail-in-rebates.
This build doesn't have a set of speakers, not sure if that's something you want. If it is, you could downgrade your monitor to a more budget-orientated one, get a cheaper keyboard/mouse, or use the $60 from the mail-in-rebates.