I bought the HP ZR2440W 24" LED IPS monitor with a resolution of 1920x1200. It is really really nice. Here it is on Amazon Germany: [AMAZON-de]http://www.amazon.de/dp/B0062VC6FS/[/AMAZON-de]
Still holding out on a EVGA GTX 650 (Ti) graphics card, but one thing is for sure that multi monitor with the HD4000 doesn't work. At least not with any combination of cables I used and I think I got them all.
I added a LG Bluray burner BH16NS40, simply to be able to read Blurays first and second ... at some point you want some backup on BD or something. At least your pictures, vdo's etc... and DVD's even DL simply are not enough anymore. People with a fair iTunes library will know what I mean!
Here is the drive on Amazon Germany: [AMAZON-de]http://www.amazon.de/dp/B00AK29B26/[/AMAZON-de]
FYI: I have not heard this drive spin up so either it is MAC compatible like the Sony Optiarc's or I'm starting to get deaf (not!) but the system is really quiet so I would have heard the drive spin up. I do have a Sony Optiarc in it as well, it replaced the LG DVD writer.
Topping it all off is my Apple wireless BT trackpad... it just makes the experience of a MAC whole. There simply is nothing like it.
I am now planning a 4th build, but this one although still Core i7 and not XEON, is an all out, no expenses spared system. Core i7-3770, 16GB 1333, 256GB SSD, 2TB HD, Bluray Burner, GTX 660 graphics card, on a Z77 chipset MSI motherboard. With prices being what they are the system nears $2K so we'll have to get this ratified by the ministry of Finance. Or an upgrade of my current system. But I hate to mess with a rock solid build. It's so good.... wow.