Don't worry about that little compatibility issue. It's just letting you know that the case you've chosen doesn't have front USB 3.0 ports. This just means you'll have to plug those devices that support USB 3.0 into the back of your computer rather than the front. It's no big deal.
Hopefully I didn't bust the budget too bad. If so, then just drop the CPU cooler in favor of the Hyper 212 Evo. Also, make sure you grab the i7 3770K, not just the regular i7 3770. This will allow you to overclock in the future if you so desire. I also picked out the GTX 670 since you stated you'll be messing around quite a bit in Adobe. NVidia's Cuda cores should help tremendously in these programs.
One more thing, if you want, you can get a 2x8gb kit of RAM instead of the 4x4gb kit. This will allow you to keep some RAM slots open for future upgrades. Who knows, maybe you'll want to upgrade your RAM to 32gb sometime in the future. Just make sure that the RAM you choose is low profile, meaning it has very short heat spreaders. This way, you won't run into clearance issues with your CPU cooler and RAM.
If you have any more questions, feel free to ask. I hope this helps; good luck!