Additional Comments: I am basically looking for a budget well-rounded gaming PC (upgrade-able would be nice, but not a must). I was using the "community" desktop for gaming, but alas, I have a job and I want to build my own PC!
I'm looking for "Good for it's class" parts, much like the case. I don't play too graphically intense games, most are Free to Play; however, I do want a PC that can record while having the settings turned up high. (Preferably highest settings :])
Add $100 for Windows 7 and you're at about $610 before rebates, $560 after rebates, without a case. The case you chose is nice, but kind of a waste since you won't be overclocking and the parts you have won't be generating that much heat. You will see no performance difference between the $65 HAF 912 and something a little cheaper like the $50 Challenger or really any case with two fans.