You should create your own thread, you'll get more response that way..
The top two drive bays are blocked, you can get by with one blocked if you use 90 degree barbs and install a fan controller on the 2nd bay, since those are usually pretty small and not like a DVDRW/BR drive.
You can mod the HD drive bay area to fit a 220 in there, or you can just mount a thin 220 right next to it, though not as effective as former, but it's still do-able. You can also mod the top to fit a 480 instead of a 360, look for a Haf X build from "saer", I don't recall the name of the topic so you'll have to search..
Dont use the CM 200mm fans for radiators, they are good for intake and exhaust, that's about it, they are lousy for pressure..
I don't think the APC 750I is going to cut it, unless you are just using it as a fancy surge suppressor, I have a 1500 and I'm always pushing it to >90% at load, but I also have 3 monitors connected to it... and it cost a lot more.. Get a Belkin surge suppressor if you don't need battery backup..
Cables... hmm hard to say, I bought way too much for my most recent build, and there was other builds that was not enough.. You'll have to do the measurements your own if you want to be precise on the ordering, I suggest ordering maybe a additional 10ft or so to allow error.
I find that for the HAF X, a bay reservoir + pump combo works wonders, it saves a lot of room and tubing.. You can always mount the pump on top of the PSU or the PSU cover, but I never did like that look.
I did a HAF X mod panel + SLI build a while back before moving on to a double wide, you can check it in my sig.. It's indexed so it's a easy find..