For a build "within the next 3 months", you might wait for Sandy Bridge. Personally, I wouldn't bother with the SSD (from what I've read, it speeds up Windows boot time and level loading in some games, but I don't think it'll increase the framerate). Your choice, though.
I'm a bit confused by the optical drive having LightScribe support, though - what's the point of that when it doesn't actually write to any of the optical media it reads?
Sandy Bridge is just code name for Intel new CPU's releasing on 9th Jan, 2011 which will replace the current line of i3/5/7.
Drop SSD, more focus on other components, SSD wont do much for gaming.
Drop HAF x casing and get HAF 932.
Drop 460 and get 6870 or wait for AMD 6900 series releasing in couple of weeks.
Ram can be found for less.
Actually, I changed my mind on the build parameters. I'd like to build a gaming rig for $1000 dollars. I'm gonna keep my case which isn't that old, and is fantastic ( Antec nine-hundred). So I need all internals ( No case, monitor, keyboard, mouse, or speakers). My current monitor resolution is 1280x1024, but I'm going to be getting a bigger (1920x1200) monitor in a couple of months cheap from someone. I know for sure I will be playing lots of WoW and COD:BO so I'd like to be able to run them at or near max setting at my resolution. System has to be Intel and using a nvidia GPU. So I'm back to square one and need all the help I can get. Thanks!