Advice on my build? Any red flags? Editing/light Gaming. >$1300US

The part breakdown:

Intel i7 4770k 3.5Ghz Quad-core
EVGA GeForce GTX 760 2GB
Corsair Vengeance 16GB 1600MHz (2x8GB) 240pin
Basic Kingston 120 SSD
Basic WD 1TB HHD/Hybrid (I may put the hybrid in my laptop and use the standard 7200rpm 1tb HHD from there for the computer)
Corsair h100i liquid cooler (heard good things about this one!)
Corsair bronze 750w power supply
NZXT Guardian RB mid-tower (looks cool.. not dead-set on it)

And finally... I am thinking the Asus Z87 Expert MotherBoard

The reason why I chose that motherboard is because it has thunderbolt, wifi, and is still a decent board. I was originally looking at the Sabertooth (which is a very impressive board... But doesn't offer thunderbolt or wifi).
I video edit mostly. Using Adobe premiere CS6 and the rest of the Adobe products. I would like to play Crysis... But am not a hard core gamer (honestly would not care playing at medium graphics or lower-ish frame rate... Just don't like the excessive lag).

Are there any red flags? I have checked out the motherboard and it offers 16x port for the videocard, and it is 240 pin for the memory and can sustain the 1600MHz (according to Asus website). Is the power too much? Does that matter? Should I spend less on video card (possibly get the 750) and more on processor or motherboard? I will be running Windows 8.1 most likely.

Thanks so much for your input!
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    Here is one more budget you may want to consider at bit lower price than yours.
    Here you go:
    If you going to overclock moderately, there is no need for water cooling. As far as i know air cooling will be the best.
    Good luck :)
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