Now you got a rig, dude.
Couple of things…
If you go for the retail version of the CPU on your list ($6.00 more) you will get a longer warranty period and you will get an approved heatsinkfan.
So you could drop the separate HSF from your list, even though it is a nice one.
The Asrock mobo is a very good choice for a budget build, but if you could scrape together a few more bucks, this one from Gigabyte is packed with features :
The best onboard video to date (780G).
You can Google the games that it will handle with the onboard graphics alone.
With this board you may be able to hold off purchasing video card for the time being.
An amazing feature is that you can hybrid-Crossfire it with the [B]correct ATI video card[/B]. This is where the on-board GPU and the PCI-E card work together.
You could use the onboard GPU at first, then when the budget allows, add a PCI-E card.
This may be a budget-buster for you, but it’s a sweet little board that I thought I would mention.