As punk says, the Samsung Spinpoint F3 is a great HDD.
Also, I question the need for the i7 930? It wont offer any real performance in games over the i5 750, judging by gaming being the most important use of your computer I am guessing the programming you do will not needan i7.
If that is the case, either go with i5 750, a P55 board and dual channel RAM or go with the AMD Phenom II x4 955. Either of these options will save significant money without causing any notable performance loss for gaming
Well it's also a gaming pc, so i'd be using it for crysis, rage and other future games. And in terms of programming a use XNA and ASP.net a bit so I might have multiple applications open at the same time.
I'd hardly say multiple applications requires a 930. As asteldian said i5 or Phenom II seem like the better option. Even with two 5870s the i5 matches the performance of the 930 in gaming performance. So there is barely any reason to go with the 930 for gaming purposes except for the really high end.
Although if you go with AMD you could get an X4 then upgrade later when you need more performance, however if you really don't want to upgrade for that long, then you could go for an X6 as these will offer you a lot of performance for a long time.
"Also is that mobo I selected usb 3.0?"
No. However are you sure you need it.