So far this is what I've made through pcpartpicker.com
Main considers/comments regarding build:
1)Any suggestions? Make all purchases through newegg.com please.
2)Does anyone know anything about the Asrock mobo and the SSD included with it?
3)How many fans does a mobo support? I know that this case has 4 fans and I'm unsure if it'll use all of them...
If the mobo doesn't have enough fan headers, the fans can be powered (at full speed) directly from the PSU. The case will probably come with adapters for that purpose.
The included OCZ SSD is a Sandforce. Sandforce drives, OCZ in particular, have had reliability problems. In your place, I'd use it for SRT, but I would not use it as the boot drive. If it fails, you'll just have to pull it out, which will slow your system down to mechanical drive speeds, but not lose data or force a reload.
The WD Blue drive only has a two-year warranty. I'd suggest a WD Black drive instead, most of which have five year warranties.
The graphics card you've chosen is a decent budget card.
That entire system will run just fine on a 380W Antec Earthwatts or the new 360W Seasonic G-360: http://www.hardwaresecrets.com/article/Seasonic-G-360-P...
Edit: I'd agree with idroid about the mobo, except that you're getting the SSD with the one you chose. It's probably worth the risk.
I didn't notice the RAM, but something with lower voltage would probably be just a little better; 1.65V is right at the limit for the Intel memory controller. I've had good results from G.Skill like http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E168... which I've used multiple times.
You do not want a cheap PSU. The overall health and stability of your system depend on the quality of the PSU. That doesn't mean high wattage (which could be a lie), but high quality. A quality modern PSU has some level of 80+ certification. It's not the efficiency, but that it was tested at 100% load and did not die, and was still efficient. Two notable exceptions are the Antec VP units, which are not certified but are modern and efficient, and the Crappermaster (Coolermaster) GX series, which are not good (except the 450W one, but it's still Crappermaster). Seasonic, Antec, Corsair, NEW FSP, and Enermax/LEPA are among the better brands.