...nice name, by the way.
With that huge budget, it's not necessary to spend even more.
The case is an excellent choice. Great airflow, huge case.
Get the Q6600. The only thing the Q6700 has on the Q6600, is the higher multiplier, which enables the Q6700 to overclock higher, but it's not worth double the price over the Q6600. The Q6600 is a great overclocker.
For the motherboard, the Striker Extreme is too overpriced for what it offers. I would suggest either the ASUS P5N32-E SLI 680i, if you're wanting to SLI. Or the ASUS P5K Deluxe, which doesn't support SLI. I'll explain later.
For a 2GB set of RAM, I suggest either the Crucial Ballistix DDR2-800s, or the Patriot Extreme Performance DDR2-800. Both with 4-4-4-12 timings.
Raptors are not worth the price for the amount of space they offer. The WD 750GB is a better choice, because it's near the speeds of a Raptor, and offers much more space. Even though this is a gaming machine, a 10k rpm hard drive won't affect gaming performance. It will only load games faster, not get you more framerates, or make gameplay more smooth.
I can tell you that your 32" LCD TV, has a small resolution of 1366 x 768, as that is the most common resolution for 32" LCD TVs. In which case, GTXs or Ultras in SLI is useless, and all that power is wasted, because of such a small resolution. Even a GTS can handle games with that res, smoothly. So at this point SLI is not worth it, unless you play on a huge resolution, such as 1920 x 1200 or 2560 x 1600. Which is usually on a 24" or 30" LCD monitor, respectively.
A 1000W power supply is highly unnecessary. Even for two Ultras in SLI. I recommend the PC Power & Cooling Silencer 610w. It's has more than enough power for any high end gaming system. Even with SLI. The amount of power is not determined by the amount of wattage, but the amount of amps on the +12v rails. And the PC P&C 610w, has 49A.