Thank you very much for the responses so far.
I have taken the advice so far and this is what I've come up with:
(this is from ecollegepc.com)
CPU: AMD Phenom II X6 1075T 3.0Ghz 6MB Cache FSB 4000MHz HT
Heatsink/fan: Arctic Cooling ACALP64PWM Ultra Quiet Fan/Heatsink
Motherboard: ASUS M4A89GTD PRO/USB3 (Radeon HD4290,2xPCI-Ex,6xSATA2,4xDDR3)
Memory: 4GB (2GBx2) PC3 12800 DDR3 1600Mhz Memory Lifetime Warranty
Hard Drive: 500GB 7200RPM 16MB Cache Serial ATA300 (Major Brand)
CD/DVD/CDRW: 22X LG SATA Dual Layer DVD+/-RW/CDRW w/Nero
Video Card: 1GB ATI Radeon HD6850 GDDR5 PCI-E DVI/HDMI (Major Brand)
Software: None (My college supplies it for free). Going to get Windows 7.
Case: Antec Black Dark Fleet DF-30 (3 5.25, 6 3.5) 4 Fans, Audio/USB
Power Supply: 650watt Antec EarthWatts EA650
Networking: Onboard LAN included
Soundcard: Onboard Sound included
Lights: 12in Blue Neon Light
Wires and Cables neatly tied up away from fans
3 Year Parts and Labor Limited Warranty
if you don't mind spending a couple dollars more I'd get the asus M4A89TD instead, since you are getting a vid card already the built in card is sort of redunant, also, its an 890FX chipset for the TD which has a better power section and two 16X pcie lanes instead of just one. if you ever decide you want to add another vid card, it comes in handy.
also, the PSU is actually pretty good, but I would recomemd something like the corsair CMPSU 650-TX, again, this is for a little more flexibility if you wanted to add to your system.
if you are dead sure you will never add another card, what you have is fine (except I would consider the 89TD mobo)
one more thing, that 12800 memory hardly ever comes in at 1600mgz from the factory, with amd anything over 1333mhz is considered an OC so it normally has to be changed manually in the bios, along with the timings most of the times.