Unless your in graphic design or an engineer, you really don't need 16gb of RAM. 8 is more than enough for gaming and normal usage. I'd also go with a DDR3 1600 cas 7 kit.
G skill has some nice kits in the Ripjaw and Eco line that do the above at 1.5v or less.
Not sure why you want that case or that many fans. More fans =/= better cooling, and it means more noise.
Thank you for the drive clarification
As for the case choice, I didn't want a full tower, but I wanted some room for the video cards because I plan to SLI and I didn't want anything running hot. My current setup is VERY tight. the video card BARELY has room for the SATA cable to plug in. This case offers that space with the hard drive bays on the bottom and open in the middle.
I also plan for SLI and having 2 of the cards I have, I figured it would get pretty hot and wanted them to be cool.
Noise isn't too much of a factor to me but if your talking this thing sounding like a weed whacker than i will def be swapping parts
Case noise is determined by case fan quality. NZXT fans are generally as cheap as they come.
silverstone has top notch fans, Antec good, CM and Thermaltake are both OK.
Best bet is aftermaket fans. I generally recommend Scythe Slipstreams. Not the very best performance, but top notch reliability, easy to find, and large variety so you can choose one that fits the CFM and noise profile you want.
Case wise, HAF 922, CM 690II, Antec 900 all fit your requirements, though the 922 is closer in size to a full tower than a standard midtower.
I wouldn't buy anything w/ a Raidmax label. In mid tower, I'd get a Antec DF-35 or HAF-922 ....in full tower, I'd get the Antec DF-85 or HAF-X. Last week you could have had a DF-35 for the same price as the Aelus, but it's back up to its regular $120 price tag whereas the HAF-22 this week is down to $90 from $110 .... grab it. But if ya really into fans, ya might wanna look at this case which comes with 5 fans but lets ya add more for a total of 15 .... I think it floats about 2" above the desk when all fans running
RAM - That RAM won't fit in your build even w/o the includes fan thingie. Stick to low profile modules so that you have no interference issues w/ ya cooler. The fans thingie and tall heat sinks do nothing for the RAM's performance.
I'd do 8 GB now and only add a 2nd set if and when you determine necessary
It's a essentially a modded Asetek LLC550 (also sold under Corsair H50 label)
PSU - Skip the Visiontek and gran the XFX. The XFX gets a 10.0 rating same as the Corsair HX Series, Seasonic X series and Antec SG/CP series PSU's whicg cost laods more. I's a steal at $100 and is bigger than ya need for twin 560 Ti's.
Most parts are personal preference ,but you don't really need 16 gigs = 8 or 12 max will do fine for you (enough for gaming),so save some buck for larger case . Your choice is good ,but if it is packed it won't cool as good due to lack of space and it is not comfortable to work in tight case.