Here is my suggestion....
Great middle point for what you are looking for.
1. 2700x - within 5-10% of 9900k in gaming depending on application of course but great encoding/video editing power for the money. You SHOULD hopefully also be set up for Ryzen 3*** processors if you should want to drop a new gen chip in wit ha bios update a year or two down the road.
2. 011 Dynamic - If not all of us members don't already have one we are all itching to build in one or get one for ourselves, especially if RGB is attractive to you.
3. Memory - Yes 32gb, RGB. However, you may get more stable overclock's and memory compatibility especially with Ryzen when running a dual dimm (ram stick) set up. This also leaves you the opportunity to grab another kit and go 64gb IF really needed for hardcore video editing down the road.
4. 970 Pro M.2 ssd, 512gb, one of the top NVME ssd's on the market for speed and reliability. 500gb SSD backup (you could even drop a 1tb model in if needed.) Yes, you could also grab a WD Black 3tb or something similar. But i think these 2 drives would serve your very well to start.
5. Thermaltake Riing RGB 360mm - Yes your dropping a bit more for the bling aspect rather than a dark rock pro 4 or even going custom but you have the peace of mind and ease of install while also getting more personal aesthetic opportunities with plenty of headroom.
6. SeaSonic - FOCUS Plus Platinum - 750w is plenty, especially for any 1 MONSTER video card solution and this is one of the best Brand/Models around. No need for more than 850w unless you want the opportunity to fully support SLI one day. If not this go EVGA P *** Series.
As always this is by no means a perfect solution but I see this as a better investment than the 1500-1600 range. It's another opinion to mix and match with a different perspective. This puts you on the X470 platform with Wifi.
Drop the extra cash for a 2080 GPU if you want. My advice??? Grab a used 1080ti here from someone trusted on the forum, run it a year or two for $500 and see how the market is then. Hell I have a Poseidon model I'm considering letting go. Get the most out of your cash.
Grab 3 More Riing RGB Fans for top exhaust to full out the case if you wish. I'd run the 360 AIO intake on side mount, and the 3 spare Riing fans exhaust on top for balanced airflow and dust mitigation.
Let me know if you need any more help!