One slight drawback is that you don't say what you want system for, eg any particular games you want it to be good at, or any other special uses you want it for.
That said, for general gaming, pretty good, with a couple of observations:-
You haven't listed an optical drive, or, apart from SSD, a hard drive (SSDs are great for OS and games, but you need something for other software and data)
The GTX 570 is still a good card for general gaming, and video editing, but depending on what gaming your doing, there may be better choices, at similar price. Obviously depends what you're paying for 570.
There's little to be gained by using RAM above 1600MHz
After that, PSU, case, SSD- all good choices.
Get a 7870/7950. Consumes less power, perfroms like a beast and OCs like a champ, even with a reference cooler. Radeon has already slashed their prices by around $50, so its worth considering. If your staying with the 570, get one from Gigabyte, MSI or Asus. They have better coolers than the reference coolers EVGA use.