Hi CravenRS, Ive taken a look at that, and heres my opinion on it.
Firstly, 8gb of ram is total overkill unless your planning on photo editing while videoediting while playing crysis. while 2gb is fine for most, go for a 4gb kit with 2 sticks, so you have the option to upgrade to 8gb later. consider getting a 1066mhz ram set, OCZ reaper is very reasonable (about £100 for 4 gigs) and runs blazingly fast.
Secondly, the motherboard. I reccon your better spending most on the best mobo you can afford, so your upgrade path is less restricted in future. If your planning on SLI (which i'll come to shortly...) go for an 780 chipset, or 790 if you fancy DDR3 ram (which is pricey, and arguably not worth it atm). If you dont need SLI consider an X38 chipset board, really good boards and good overclocks. or maybe wait a little for a P45 chipset, which also look great.
Lastly, i would say dont get two 9600gt's. yes they are fantastic cards and great in SLI, but really one 8800gts or 9800gtx will give you better performance for probably about the same cost, plus you can always SLI those up later for those stupidly high frame rates.
Let me know how you get on with a Q9450, im considering upgrading from my E8400 to one of those