I know you might not like this, but i dont really think that an SSD is the best value here. Personally, i would just scrap the SSD entirely to save some money. Otherwise, if you really want the fast boot times, get a 60Gb instead and use it as a boot drive, that should save around $30-$40. It's ultimately up to you though, if you really want the faster boot times, you cant beat an SSD.
Since you are getting the 3570k, i assume you want to be doing atleast some overclocking. If this is the case, i reccommend a custom CPU cooler as the Intel one is pretty ***. The Coolermaster Hyper 212 EVO is really great and only $30. So that would be a great addition.