Laser Eyes, welcome to SPCR!
From a hardware/gaming POV I'd say it's a very good selection... do you feel a "but"coming? I'm sorry to be the one to tell you this, but: I think it will be annoyingly noisy. The main thing you'll hear when you turn it on is the video card I suppose, but that case is not a very solid base for a quiet system (if that is what you're aiming for). For one, it is aluminium which tends resonates at an audible frequency (the dreaded alumium "hum"; as a Lian Li owner twice over I know about that, even though Lian Li uses thicker aluminium than some other cases). Also, it uses 80mm fans for cooling instead of 120mm. Bigger fans can be run slower for comparable airflow, which means less noise. Also, the blowhole in the PC60 does not add much... except more noise.
Even though the XP-90 may not be outperformed by much by the XP-120, there are many more quality quiet 120mm fans than 92mm. From what I've heard here the Panaflo 92mm is not the quietest of the bunch at all.
So, if I were you I'd look into a way to quiet down that videocard by choosing an alternative cooling solution for it, and I'd seriously reconsider that case. If you are set on it, either be prepared to mod it extensively or to live with the added noise. The Lian Li case fans are not the worst you could have (undervolted at least) but I would still consider swapping them out for quieter ones. At the very least soft-mount them to reduce case resonance.
The reviewed Silverstone Temjin TJ06 PC case
sounds like a good alternative; all you need to do there is swap the 80mm fan.