I decided I finally needed a new computer to get Battlefield 4 since I could barely run BF3 on low settings. My old one was amazing when I got it and I used it for as long as I could.
CPU and Cooler: These were pretty easy decisions, and they work beautifully. I gave the 212 EVO 4 stars because of the tough install.
Motherboard: It got pretty good reviews and there was a combo discount with the 4670k. Works fine.
SSD: It took me a bit to decide if I wanted one or not, but I decided to splurge. Found the cheapest 120 GB I could that still had good reviews. It is lightning fast for me, but I have never had one before, so I wouldn't know how it compares with others.
Video Card: This took me forever to decide on. If you are reading this in the future, 2 GB of vram is going downhill right now. I'm guessing Nvidia is going to start making cards with 3 GB of vram of just skipping to 4 GB for most of their cards. For a decision now though, 2 GB of vram is still a pretty good choice. I might have gotten a 3 GB Radeon 7950, but right before I was almost done picking out my parts, the prices of them went up. But I got Batman Origins for free with it, which I probably would have bought anyway. It runs great though, ultra settings on BF4 is 45+ fps.
Case: Many people tried to convince me out of it, they thought it was too tacky looking. I stuck with it though instead of getting their favorite black rectangle (Fractal R4). The big 200m red led fan on the front and the side window look great! I also like the door to the drive bays. Note: There is only 2 fans on this case, so some people either get 1 200m or 2 120mm fans to install in the top.
I am very happy with purchases! It was my first build but I did get a little help from my dad. The cable management isn't the best, but it's by far better than my previous pre-built computer (the case even had a window to see the ugliness).