Nix the Asus Genie mATX if you plan on going with dual cards later on. Just take a look at the pics of that board on newegg or read some reviews on the net. That board has horrible slot spacing, especially for a dual card set up.
I have no idea why you limited yourself to just those those two sets of RAM? Those cake cutter heat spreaders on that Corsair do nothing but impede a decent size heat sink.
Would either of those be able to be future proof a bit with new chips and able to use an SSD?
Any of the G.Skill, Corsair or Mushkin on that link...although Patriot, Crucial and Kingston are right in that group now. Depends on color scheme. You have the G.Skill for red heat spreaders, and Corsair makes that nice low profile ram in that link that comes in either black or blue.
For the boards...I lean towards the Asrock board for looks and the PCI-E 3.0 slots that Ivy Bridge will support and the UEFI bios...although I prefer old school bios myself. Either way you can't go wrong with either board imo. Both are solid.
Case wise the CM has the Antec beat for size to work with. Antecs have crappy psu cable management...or at least they used to.
Now all I need is help selecting: DVD, PSU, GPU - also like the idea of having an SSD but not sure if they are worth it and if I should use it as a cache drive (That mobo I'm getting has its own slot for that) Or use it for OS and a couple games.