At a budget of $700, an SSD is usually not recommended. However, you seemed to manage to fit it in. Good job. Just don't forget the OS. The build seems like a solid mid-end/ somewhat high-end (but not by much) build. At that price range, you cannot get any better than the Crucial M4. I honestly would have gotten 4GB of RAM @1600MHz for $30 from Crucial (and it's $10 off, so you only pay $20):
Um, im not really going to give much advice, but, most people are going to tell you to go with an AMD quad core instead of the dual core i3.
They'll probaly say biostar isnt reliable and to change the motherboard
And posting links for us to click is much easier then copying and pasting the name into newegg.
Usually, Biostar isn't recommended, but the board he chose out seems promising and well-built. The dual core i3 will allow for an upgrade path to the higher-end SBs (and I believe IB as well). As surprising as it is, a SB dual core i3 performs at par if not better than an X4 955 when it comes to gaming. When it comes to programs like video encoding and stuff like that, AMD wins because of the extra cores it has to offer.