Here are my opinions, in no particular order:
Case - You are spending far too much on this case, as a general rule of thumb, never spend more than 10% of your build cost on your case. Many other cases have similar features and better build quality for a fraction of the price.
PSU - You poor ausies pay way too much for PSUs... I'd be more conservative and go with a 500W 80+ bronze PSU, if you want to leave room for a possible xfire in the future, I'd honestly just get a better GPU now instead, less power consumption in total anyways. If you REALLY want to leave room for Xfire, then trim low to a 600W or maybe even a 550W PSU, chances are it will run just fine on that.
OS - If you really want to pay for an OS you can... There are completely legal ways of running Windows 7 for free, or possibly many packaged deals you can pickup that will get you a copy for like $30.
GPU - With the $ you save from some of the things you're over spending on, you can just to an HD 7950 which will give you a solid boost in performance.
Storage - I'm fine with the SSD, perfectly good device. Again, I'm gonna side on being more conservative with the HDD, a 1TB Caviar Blue drive will do you just fine, if in the future you really need more space, add another drive then.
CPU Cooler - Your utter lack of an aftermarket CPU cooler is bad, if you have an FX chip you're going to want to unlock its overclock potential. Even a fairly cheap cooler will give you loads of OC overhead.
Memory - I really don't think you'll need 16GB of memory, 8GB is more than enough most of the time. And yet again, this is something you can add more of later. Also your board can support much faster memory than 1600MHz, I have the same board and its running 2133MHz memory at the moment. Faster memory won't help with games but can definately help in editing and media heavy applications.
CPU - Well... If this system were just for gaming I'd tell you to get an i5 2500k, but if you plan on doing heavily threaded tasks like rendering and editing... I suppose this is a good choice. As long as you can justify the chip then its fine to go for it, check the reviews I posted to see if the FX8350 out performs the i5 2500k/3570k in the applications you plan to use.
MoBo - This is an awesome motherboard, but its also total overkill. A number of the thermal and stability features won't be really made use of by the fact you don't have a $100 cooler for the CPU and you aren't planning on going completely insane with the OC. In summary, great board, with a bunch of features you won't use. Could get similar features and quality from other boards.
With all that said, heres a build I would probably recommend over yours (though its similar).
May want to grab an extra 200mm fan to throw in the top there, or alternatively you could end up going with something like the H100 cooler and that would use the top 200mm fan slot on the case. Also, I know the mobo doesn't list support for the memory, but it should work with some tweaking and perhaps a BIOS update. If not, you could simply set the memory to 2000MHz and crank down the timings to make the memory go just as fast.