The monitor is not that brilliant but getting a higher resolution IPS right now would carv your budget pretty badly and prices are still dropping so I suggest you leave it for later on.
The 2500K is the best gaming CPU at the moment along side the 2600K, but the I5 offers a lot more value and it's what I'd suggest too.
The Corsair cases aren't really worth their prices, for the money you can get a full aluminum tower from Lian-Li or Silverstone. Personally I'd go for the Lian-Li A77F or Z60 or a Silverstone Fortress Two(FT02), and I suggest you take a look at those before you pick.
The Crucial M4 is the best SSD choice for reliability reasons mostly, combined with excellent performance, you don't need the one with the mounting kit, get the standard 128Gb drive and save some money.
I'll provide you with some links to SSD installation and optimization guides later.
The HX750 is a very solid PSU but doesn't offer any value at that price, there are many better options to look at.
VGA wise, normally I'd suggest one of the top GTX 580s but your budget allows for a solid 6970 CFX setup so check below for some suggestions;)
Mobo: MSI Z68A-GD55 (G3) @ 155$, excellent value at that price, solid VRM, excellent BIOS, PCIe 3.0 ready, and pretty much one of the best options for dual VGA gaming rigs.
PSU: LEPA G700 @ 100$ after rebate, high end unit(Enermax Modu 87+) that rebated offers insane value.
VGA: 2x Sapphire 6950 Toxic @ 270$ after rebate, the best 6950 on the market, custom PCB solution with excellent VRM, has a 6970 switch which means you don't need to unlock anything(essentially buying a custom 6970 for very little money), value wise is the best high end card on the market.
RAM: Patriot G series ‘Sector 5’ 8Gb/1600Mhz @ 40$ after rebate, excellent value again and very solid kit, it will do 1866 with a slight voltage bump.
Cooler: Scyther Mugen3 @ 50$, it will allow for overclocks in excess of 4.5Ghz on the 2500K, it's not on par with monsters like the NH-D14, Silver Arrow, Archon, SuperMega or Megahalems but it costs sensibly less and unless you want 5Ghz clocks for daily use it will be plenty;)
^this is more or less the absolute best you can do inside a ~1.4K budget, keep the rest for a Dell UltraSharp 27" for with those graphic cards you'll need it;)
Edited by Original Sin - 10/18/11 at 5:00pm