Thats actually a very decent starter setup. The entry level Yamaha integrated amps are sounding quite fantastic these days and you get a lot of bang for your buck with them. Good speakers too.
Are you going to hook all this up to your computer?
May I suggest investing in a decent USB DAC as well as, if you are serious about music, buying JRiver Media Center, and getting a subscription to Tidal HIFI.
There are a lot of great DACs out there. If you want to just get started and have something that will sound phenomenal with the gear you have might I suggest that you look at the Schiit Modi 2 ($99) or the Schiit Modi 2 Uber ($149) or (my fav in this price range) the Audioquest Dragonfly ($149). Any of those will give you better, cleaner sound than you would get out of a soundcard or integrated audio on a PC.
If you want to step up from there to the $200 bracket, you can get a DAC that will play back DSD natively. What's DSD? Well, music, when it's digital, is a series of samples that last just a split second. In the case of a CD, it's 44,100 samples per second. DSD is 2.8 million samples (Hz) or higher, giving what most people say is the best digital audio experience. Can you tell the difference with the gear you bought? I'd say yes. I can tell on my system and it's not much better than yours.
$200 gets you the IFI DSD nano DAC. Going higher than that, given the rest of the system, is almost silly, unless you plan to use a higher end DAC through the course of various systems as you gradually upgrade over time and fall victim to the clutches of audiophilia.