SSDs are a luxory item, some swear by them, but the reality is, in a gaming build it is the lowest priority - me personally, I would rather spend more on a good airflow case than an SSD. (not that I would spend more than $100 on a case)
Its good. A bit fancy for my tastes - I would save money and go with an i5 750 myself...but hell, you have 2 x 480s in there so I doubt money is that big a deal.
Talking of which, I personally would not get two 480s. When are you planning on buying? Now that Nvidia has released the 460, hopefully they will be unveiling cards similar to it in design but similar to the 470/480s in power.
The 400 series was a terrible design I could never recommend (hell, it is the first time ever that I ended up going ATI instead of Nvidia) the 460 gives hope that a new set of decent cards will come out so I would hold off on getting 480s. Given the choice I would prefer to run with either 2 x 5870s, or even just one 5970 with the plan of dumping a second in if ever the games require it.
The i5 750 is a very good gaming CPU, no doubt, but for multiple high powered graphic card config, the i7 9xx CPUs are better(x58)...
And @bmark0610, I would suggest you to stick with Nvidia, but not the GTX 480...go with 2x GTX 470s instead...they would come cheaper than the HD 5970 and also would utilize the full x16 bandwidth of the X58 boards... http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E168...
And it is known that Nvidia cards SLI, scale better than ATI cards...
The reason I would not go 2 x 480s is because they are ridiculously expensive and not of very good design.
Gkays option is better, the 470 is still a poor design but at least not as outrageous as the 480 in price.
After the release of the modified fermi chip (the GTX460) I would be reluctant to buy any 400 series Nvidia card yet because the 460 has shown what Nvidia can do with a more clever design - it is a nice card, unfortunately it is too weak to really be worth getting imo, but it does mean that Nvidia will likely move on this new design and make a powerful card (a GTX475 or something). If they do that then I would very much believe that Nvidia are back in the market for cards worth buying.
Only problem will be is that Nvidia will once again be confusing people with names - the 470, 480, 465 will all be the old overly hot powerwhore cards, but the 460, 475, 485 would be the new Fermi 104 cards