I tried my best to create a machine low in cost while maintaining decent performance. The 128bit graphics is probably the only true minus but it has a better performance rating than the Nvidia 9800 and ATI 4850.
Max power consumption is about 50-60 W below the power supply's maximum capacity. Power supply is 80 Plus Bronze certified. 380 W.
Other than having limited HDD space by today's standards it looks like you are off to a pretty decent build. You could save a few $$$ on the mouse (get a basic mouse) and use that money to get a much bigger HDD if you just buy the case without the combo. Something like this Samsung HDD would be much better in the long run: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E168...
Hard Disk capacity does not concern me too much as I usually get rid of videos once I am done with them. I usually only have the bare things needed to run on my hard drive and have all of my shows stored on an external drive. Right now I am only using 40 GB/200 GB of my current drive.
Thanks though. I'll consider. I was banking on the mouse because I've never been able to have a hope for enjoying my games (now it's touchpad + integrated graphics; before it was just terrible integrated graphics + mouse) If it's not much of a difference, I'll swap it out.
I am using the very mouse you are thinking about right now and I have to admit, it is a great mouse. The choice is yours and I understand your HDD/storage use. Still you have put together what should be a pretty decent box. Enjoy!