Yes it's all compatible.
When you say you're going to be sticking with Corsair, do you mean case (in which case fair enough) or PSU (in which case there are better options for a similar price). Surprised you didn't go for Corsair RAM, being a 'Corsair Fanatic' afterall.
OCZ RAM have a pretty bad reputation for having sticks that are difficult to get running at their rated specs stably, so maybe you would want to see if you could get something else. Just a heads up.
The thing about the 1055T is that it's clock speed is slower than the cheaper 955/965, which hurts it's performance in gaming in comparison. So you get less gaming performance for more money spent, which would show up in an unfavourable place on a 'value' chart. OCing would obviously solve this problem.
Some people complain about the bleed, which only shows during a black screen. Otherwise it's not there.
Also, I've seen some recent reviews about Spinpoints failing because they're being made in China instead of Korea now. I don't own one so I can't comment, but do be careful.
As for Ram, you might as well use the DDR-1600 spec. I personally use G.Skill. I was skeptical at first but they're a really good brand and they run at specs as promised. Might cost you an additional 10 dollars or so to do that...