Mobo change, ASRock have a 3yr warranty fr the $20 increase over the Gigabyte GA-Z68X-UD3H-B3 which i was umming and ahing over, it has more with it, more features and over all the $20 is justified moving to the ASRock. For the Asus HATERs, ASRock are part of the ASUS CORP. but not under Asus anymore, and they are quickly building a solid reputation for motherboards with the features and price points not offered by other 'premium' and standard manufacturers. Layouts a little different, but the pricepoint/features makes it a bang for buck board.
Also Z68 is now the market dominant, it has more features for the user as what p67 and H67 did which is better over all, so no more of those, i will be removing the options from the 'Hiddens' later on, and updating them specing for Z68.
the SSD edition.
Yea i know...
Crucial M4 won out over the early malfunctions of the Sandforce controlled OCZ Vertex3 and the Corsair Force3. Both are speedy drives, but product recalls on the Corsair and the bsod havok on the OCZ drives makes the Micron Controlled Crucial drive look good, especially since its 'direct' competition comes it at a higher market point (intel 510/samsung SSD's)
For those looking at storage, 2Tb drives are coming in under $100, the SSD is going to be your main drive and considering the price point (240) and the performance gained its about on par with the other component's your speeding the same amount on (GPU/CPU/MOBO) Yes it raises over all cost, but other things have gotten cheaper.
The 560Ti is still there, i'm hazard to move it for fear of looking into a modified 570, but if i went up a GPU price bracket it would drop the SSD from the lineup.
Lastly this is a tentative Z68 BF3 build, it meets minimum spec, but if your looking to go this build, hang out a few days or until launch as its based of the Beta impressions and Forum feedback. If anything i would spec up RAM and move to a 580, and probably spec down to a GA-Z68X-UD3H-B3 for a bit of cost saving.