Well, I don't want to push you. I'm just willing to help, as are others. It's your call, of course.
If you look at the cables from your PSU, it will seem like A LOT of crap and it may freak people out on their first build. I was a little intimidated myself the first time around. All these cables with different connectors... where the hell do they all go.
Maybe this will help...
According to your manual, your XFX1000 comes with:
Modular FDD is for Floppy Disk Drives, which you probably don't have. That's already two you can ignore.
Modular Motherboard Con: 20+4 pin > Your board's 24 pin connector
Modular Peripheral (up to 8) > These are the molex... so far, you only need 1 for your cooler and can ignore the others
Mosular SATA (up to 11) > For your SSD/HDD/DVD drives, you'll probably only need 2-4 of them
Modular 6+2 pin (PCI-E) > These go into your GPU, if needed. You don't have your GPU yet, so you can ignore those too
Modular ATX12V (4+4 pin) / EPS12V (8 pin) > The ATX 4+4 pin plugs into your board, you can ignore the 8pin EPS
If you look at all those cables and group them by connectors-type, it may suddenly not seem like so many.