So what I wanted to do with this build was keep the total price (including the taxes) under $1000. This was my friends budget so the choices were pretty clear, as much as I wanted to get the new Haswell I5 for him it couldn't work, but the 6300 is still good. And at the time we got the 6300 and the 970 MOBO for in a combo deal making it even cheaper.
For the ram there isn't much to say ram is ram and the Corsair is pretty reputable and they look nice. For the hard drive I just went with Seagate Barracuda it's a good price and runs well for storage and boot. I would have loved to have picked up a SSD for the boot though but wasn't able to squeeze that into the build :(. The MSI GTX 650 Ti is still a good card even though it's outdated and is still able to play current games no problem and is very reasonably priced. For the PSU I wanted to have a Corsair since I have used many of their products and they all worked flawlessly and they have nice sleeving on the cables. The 500 watts is fine and left a little wiggle room for maybe later down the line.
The Rosewill Challenger was my friends choice he really liked the look and the cool LED fan that came in the front of the case. I had no problems with the case it had a little space for cable routing in the back plate and it had screwless HDD bays and was pretty headache free.
Conclusion: I think this is a pretty solid build he wanted Win 7 over 8 and I used my Artic Silver I used in my previous build. The heatsink that came with the fan literally just clipped on and didn't feel really tight and is loud as hell I would probably remove that get a aftermarket heatsink to reduce the noise since the other fans are pretty quiet. I wasn't able to cable mange since there was very little space. The case is windowless so it doesn't matter a whole lot as long as the fans can push the air around without the cables getting in the way of them.
(He picked up a 24' Asus Monitor and a new keyboard that was also part of the $1000 budget)
Thanks for reading leave some comments and let me know how I did and check out my previous build I did for my self ($1800 build)