The pictures suck because I'm not a photographer and all I wanted to do is take basic pictures and show everyone. :]
Critique it as you wish, everyone has their own opinions and this was mine. If you have any questions, let me know. I did a lot of research and tried to get everything "top-notch" without killing my bank. I do plan to overclock, but as you can tell I do not have the H100 on (I will take pictures as soon as I buy four high CFM fans for push/pull) so I can't overclock the CPU. I also plan to get another 670 FTW when they drop in price for SLI (hence the 750W PSU).
Some decisions I made: I opted for the Extreme4 instead of the Extreme6 because they had the same basic features, and it was cheaper. I don't like how the far right side is so short that I can't put any screws in it, but it's not that hard to support the motherboard with a piece of cardboard or my finger to plug cables in.
I opted for the Crucial M4 over the Samsung 830 because it was cheaper at the time I bought it. I believe the 830 is on sale now for about the same price, but that's electronics for you. It loads my OS really fast though, so going from using just HDD's in the past to an SSD is a dream, even if it's not the "omg fastest on the market w1n!!!11one" drive.
I don't need 16GB's of RAM, so I chose 8. However, if that set of RAM drops in the future, I might buy a second set just for cosmetic reasons. (The empty slots look funny to me...)
I added photo's of my H100 installed. I apologize it took this long, but I got side-tracked by school and work. As you can tell, I had to move the H100 off the regular set of holes on the top of the case because with the added length of the second set of fans, I was unable to install the 8-pin motherboard connection. Also, I was unable to wire it from behind the motherboard for the same reason.