I'm currently shopping around for my first home build pc, and was looking for a critique on what ive put together so far before i purchase everything. I already own a thing or 2 of what im throwing in here. Im not so much of a gamer, as the only one i play is WoW. PC is mainly used for music production software such as adobe audition, FL studio, etc. I intend to use dual monitor for 2 32" vizio TVs, that i currently own. Any advice would be greatly appreciated!
Now the real problem. DDR2 is dead. You do not want to be buying old tech right now. DDR3 is about the same price as DDR2, and is a much better idea to build right now. I suggest the Gigabyte GA-770TA-UD3 board and G.Skill Ripjaws 2x2 GB 1600 mhz CAS Latency 7 for a total of $200. 2x1 GB sticks of similar RAM will run about $58.
I'd stick with the Antec. The TruePower is one of the most efficient units in that size, which translates to less heat, lower energy usage and longer life. OCZ is a decent budget manufacturer, but not considered one of higher quality.
There isn't much consensus on the best PSUs. The typical recommendation is to stick to Antec, Corsair, SeaSonic, PC Power & Cooling, and Silverstone for high quality. I tend to recommend OCZ occasionally to keep the cost down, but if you've got the extra $10-20 to get a unit from the manufacturers on that list, it's a very good upgrade.