A few problems with the build that I see are as follows:
HD: We can work a better performing solution into this budget easily.
PSU: If you're going to spend $60 on a PSU get an 80+ gold unit instead.
RAM: Take advantage of free RAM w/mobo purchase at newegg, don't pay for something you don't have to.
Comes with free RAM kit and heatsunk VRMs, going micro-ATX here. I think you can probably live with the tradeoff of only having 2 RAM slots if you are getting the RAM for those slots for free anyway. Spend some time after assembly tweaking with RAM settings. See what sort of speed you can get out of them at ~1.6V to help with the GPU performance. If you want to save ~$20 use the same combo but with the 5600K instead, the GPU performance cut isn't significant since the IMC is the bottleneck either way.
A 60GB SSD is too small. After installing windows, the swap file plus windows and formatting will consume like 40GB of the available space. Don't risk it... This SSD is big enough so skip a mechy for most peoples needs. Can always add a mechy later as a media drive if needed. This is also a very good performing unit.
Same price, better efficiency, less heat, less noise.
$397 shipped. (by my math this is $20 cheaper than the build originally proposed)Edited by mdocod - 11/21/12 at 6:51pm