On tight budget it would make sense to make as many exsisting parts as possible. Overall the second collection seems pretty solid. However, I would drop the CD drive and use the surviving one instead as you basically only need it for occasional driver install nowadays (steam and other digital distribution outlets ftw).
A bit bigger hard disk would serve you better as well. Plus if I would be buying it for myself I would just get 8 gigs of valueram (if you have 64 bit op system). While it's not directly useful for gaming windows 7 keeps stuff last read from the hard disk in unused ram so after you game has loaded first time good portion of your ram will hold the game files and when game tries to load something thats already in the ram its .. well .. as fast as loading from the ram. Who needs the SSD when you can have DDR3 ram
Altho yeh, first time loading will be as slow as hard disks usually are.