Your motherboard is not compatible with your CPU, I'd go with the Asus P8P67-M Pro it costs $150 on Newegg, the HDD chosen runs at 5,900rpm, you should go with a Samsung F3 1Tb they run at 7,200rpm, but everything else is fine.
You have selected a CPU that is unlocked (a "K" version), which is designed for overclocking. I know you indicated that you were not interested, but overclocking is ridiculously easy with the Asus EFI and TurboV interface tools on the motherboard that Martin recommended. If you would like to reconsider, also think about getting an aftermarket heatsink: Cooler Master Hyper 212 plus $30.
If you insist on staying at stock speeds then save $20 and get an i5-2500, and switch to an H67 motherboard $99. Downgrade your memory to 1333 also.