For your budget I would drop that ssd and invest the difference in a beefier gpu like the gtx 560 ti (230 dollars). There's simply no room for an ssd in your build, right now ssds are a luxury only enthusiasts can use. I'd also invest 30 dlls more in your motherboard so you could buy a h77 mobo. The h77 has native usb 3.0 front and back with sata 3 native along with rapid response technology. Maybe in a year you can buy a ssd when p/g become reasonable.
SSDs are not performance booster when it comes to gaming they only speed things up when loading.
Asides from a few loose ends i am pretty much done with building the new computer. In the end I went with the
ASRock P67 PRO3 (B3) LGA 1155 Intel P67 SATA 6Gb/s USB 3.0 ATX Intel Motherboard
Seeing the games run on max feels like putting on glasses for the first time again.
Windows experience index
gaming graphics 7.7
primary HD 7.8
Was playing dota2 while installing diablo3 =) Big improvement compared to before when I couldn't even tab out without freezing.
Mobo has this program called asrock instant boot which makes comp boot in like 4 secs. Anyone have experience with it? I was wondering if it might be bad for the SSD since hibernating is supposedly bad. Right now the boot time is about 30 sec.