for redwoodz build it is nice, i just have some problems with it (not really problems just things i want to point out)
1st is the chassis: its a micro atx and it may be a good one, with decent airflow ill give it that, but still, its small and not so roomy, the larger the chassis, the more room there is for the air to flow (in most cases, as long as there is a good airflow config) plus the size of a full tower simply gives you bragging rights. if you really want to go microATX then i recommend the HAF 912
it doesnt come with the best cooling right out of the box, but buy some simple 200mm fans and that will be one cool refrigerator.
as for the CPU: i thought about it, for budget, intel is not the way to go, AMD phenom is a great processor series to buy on a budget and sometimes just plain BETTER. so yes i recommend you go AMD, a six core though... it does kinds future proof your system a little with the phenom x6 but... the performance is not AMAZING compared to just overclocking a quad core. (the only reason the intel i7 six core processors are so fast (only comparable with TB again...) has to do with the amount of cache they put in it... it was unnecessary but fast) so i recommend to go with a quad core for now, go with six if you really feel like it, im just saying you dont NEED it.
Graphics card: this is an AMD card, i am very fond of AMD when it comes to performance and builds, however this could go ether/or depending on if you want to watercool your system eventually, the 6970 was eaten up and **** out by most manufacturers that me and my friends wasted almost $700 in graphics cards that were supposed to be the original PCB that AMD released, even XFX, a company that i trusted so much on this matter, changed it as well. i will never try an AMD card for watercooling again so if you want to WC go nvidia, if you dont mind the loud-as-hell-jet-turbine, then go AMD.
thats my opinion so i wish you good luck on your build