The watercooling kits at www.swiftech.com
are pretty good, but you might end up with a component or two that you don't need. For example, you might want different fans or a t-line instead of a reservoir. You might want to substitute a d-tek fuzion waterblock for the apogee. Their kits provide a basic template for a good system.
I'm not familiar with that case, but the swiftech radbox should work. Or, you can mount a single 120 radiator inside a case.
You can probably buy individual watercooling components to match your system better than a kit.