Well I started not to post my build, but pcpartpicker was such a big part of helping me choose the final parts. I hope I have helped a few people and I appreciate all the advice given to me.
I call my build Frankenstein because it has never had up to date parts. Even now I am using an old PSU bought 5 years ago as part of a Tigerdirect barebones kit. Update 5/2013. Bought a Seasonic X-850.
I have included a picture of my old un-upgraded PC and here is link to the old one if anyone is curious. http://pcpartpicker.com/user/Divdor/saved/17yB
When I first decided to upgrade my build, I was on a very tight budget. I was set on doing a FX-6300 with a Gigabyte 990FX. Things changed and the budget got a little better. Things got a lot better and I was able to upgrade Video as well.
As you can see I have a Eyefinity 3x1 plus one setup and I love it. The Acer 20" monitors are a lower resolution so I am running a 5040x900 array. A lot easier on the video card and all the games I have played have run flawlessly with very high to maximum settings. Update 6/2013, I couldn't stand it and bought 3 Asus VS 247H-P monitors and now run 6048X1080p resolution. These are the same height as the old HP monitor and look good.
I know the PSU is bad, but it has served me well for 5 years and I ran out of money. It will be replaced eventually with a modular.
Oh and the CPU and Mobo were $70 off the price. I would/will update the prices if I can.
Final note about the upgrades that have finished. I really love my PC as it currently is. The crossfire setup is running well now under the Catalyst Driver 13.8b Beta. While I would love to have the best of everything, I had to balance my PC designs with life and budgets. After the SSD, I will be done upgrading for a long while. Next time, I think it is time to try a water cooled system.
Thanks to Philip for putting together a great site and I hope you enjoy my latest time killer.