GPU: Go with the MSI, the cooler is great vs the one on the EVGA.
PSU: If you can afford it and want the best, the Seasonic X750 is on sale this weekend for $129.99.
It's a great deal on it, 80plus Gold rated 5 year warranty and pretty much the best 750W psu available.
Fully modular as well.
If not then the TX750 V2 is a great choice.
Memory: You won't really notice the difference in use, but the CAS8 is faster and does have a nice deal now, so grab it
Overall I think it looks really good.
Monitor: There should be tons of options in that price range.
If you can preview the models in a local store somewhere, i would recommend that you go take a look and then just order one from newegg based on how it feels.
This case down below is new on the market, and has better cooling imo than the 600T. It has a 200mm side fan with the option to add 2 x 120mm fans up top along with multiple fan controllers, dust filters, etc.. and it combo's with Windows 7.
If you don't plan on doing video transcoding, then this board down below has the front USB 3.0 header which that Z68 extreme3 gen3 board doesn't have. Seeing how these Corsair cases have the front USB 3.0 ports, find a board with that front USB 3.0 header so you can use those slots...like this board down below.
Roger that on the Asrock p67 and the extra fan on the cooler, that's in the works. I'm also planning to toss 4x 120mm fans on the side of that case eventually, for extra cooling. I was struggling to decide between the 400r, 500r and 600t though, I thought the 600t was the best looking of the bunch though.
Anyone have any other suggestions?
I'm also picking up a few of the parts on Amazon, as you linked Why_me, found them cheaper + no tax, + free shipping.. tough to beat, especially when shipping on that case is like $20. Just linked them all off of Newegg for simplicity's sake.
Question, Should I up the PSU to 850w and spring for a GTX570? or will the i5 bottle neck 2 570s in SLI if I SLI it down the road? SLI 560ti the best bang for the buck? I'm trying to future proof here as well.
If you do decide to go with GTX570's yes, up the PSU to 850W. The i5 will not bottleneck the 570SLI, so you are fine on that.
You need to check for prices, the GTX570 is about 20-30% faster than 560Ti, so basically you need to get one at a pretty competitive price.
560Ti is usually available at about $220 after rebates for the better version, so add 30% to that and you get to about $280.
So unless you can find it for less or equal than that.
There is a Galaxy GTX570 now on newegg $309.99 ( $259.99 after MIR ) which basically would have that price difference.
Otherwise the 560Ti has the better bang for buck.
I think the MSI 570 twin frozr III is about $360. Maybe ill wait a bit and pick that part up if/when it comes down a bit or goes on sale. I don't want to short-change myself and go with a 560 SLI setup when I could just wait a bit and pick up a 570 to SLI a little later.