Edit: This was my first build and there were bound to be mistakes. I started to immediately regret my choice in GPU, despite saying I wouldn't (see below). I took advantage of some rebates and specials today and upgraded to the 7870 GHz. It will arrive tomorrow and I'll post some new pictures. I feel I have a much better balanced build now, and if anything my CPU is now the bottleneck, despite the overclock. I plan on upgrading when AMD releases their new CPUs. I am curious if I will ever pull the trigger on a second card. I'll need to upgrade the power supply if I do though.
I am over the moon about this build. It is the first time I have ever built my own, despite wanting to do so for years. I am also happy about my spending decisions. Most complaints will come from the GTX 550 TI. Save it. It is Tom's Hardware Best Buy for $100, AND I got a refurbed 2gb model. I'm happy with it. I know I overspent on the mobo. I am convinced the extra abilities of this board will allow me to upgrade the CPU and GPU in 2.5 years without having to get a new mobo. My biggest worry going into the actual build was the case. I bought it on a whim when it was a Lightning Deal on Amazon. After reading other reviews and seeing other builds here on pc part picker, I was concerned about cable management. HAHA. Anyone who claims this case doesn't have decent cable management is just too lazy. If the pics I have posted do not make it clear, this case is more than capable. The front USB is currently charging my phone. I'm happy to answer any questions you have and will try to post more (better) pics once I drag out my point and shoot. I will also be posting stats (temps and benchmarks) as soon as my games download from steam. If you want to critique my choices, feel free, but know that I do not care. This is the computer I wanted and I thought through every single decision. In fact, it was your feedback, along with /r/buildapc, that most helped inform me. Thanks for your help whether you know it or not.