I assume you have read many of the speaker posts on this forum, put together a list of speakers that sound interesting to you, then listened to as many as you can find with a number of your own music CDs (both classical, jazz, and rock if you have them all at hand), and then decided that you prefer the sound of the Klipsch the most. If not, go back and do that. Your speakers should last you a long time and are, in my opinion, the most important part of your system. You owe it to yourself to make the most well-educated decision that you can.
The type of speakers you buy will depend on whether you plan to use them for HT only, music only, HT and music, the type of music (whether classical and jazz or mainly rock), your personal preferences, your room layout and size, etc. While there are a lot of good B&M speackers, I decided that an ID brand of speakers was the best bang for my buck for HT, classical and jazz music. That does not, of course, mean that you'd agree or that you should agree. But given that you are buying a brand of speakers that are often described as "bright" rather than as "neutral" or "warm", I assume you mostly listen to jazz and classical music and not rock (which does best with warmer speakers in my opinion).
While an IPod is great for travel, it does not produce very good quality music for in-home use, especially if using good speakers that will reveal all the flaws in your music. If an IPod will be your prime music source in your home, consider buying cheaper components and speakers that won't reveal all the flaws in the music coming from an IPod.
I prefer separates to receivers (if for no other reason that if an amp breaks, you don't also have to throw out your processor), and conluded that Internet-direct components from Outlaw Audio were the best bang for my buck in that area. They don't come with Audyssey, however. Audyssey sounds like a great thing to have (though I'd prefer the unit that is sold separately and not as part of a receiver). But since it seems you are only setting up a 5.1 system, why are you buying a 7.1 receiver? If you may want to upgrade to 7.1 later, or if it does not cost more than a comparable 5.1 receiver, then that may make sense, but make sure you are not paying for options you don't plan to use.
I decided that a projector gave me the best bang for my buck in video. So I don't know anything about your TV choice. I will leave comments on that to others.
Unless you have severe power problems in your area, a power conditioner is an utter waste of money according to a number of very well respected electrical engineers I know. I very much doubt you need it.
I think that it is hard to beat SVS' subs for the price. But there are other good sub makers out there. While RBH may make good subs, I have not heard of them being described as a best buy in subs. You should, if you have not already, read the posts on the sub forum. You may be able to do better with another brand. Or not.
I hope your local vendor did not try to talk you into buying expensive speaker cables from Monster or anyone else. Cheap 12-gauge cable is the most you should need (about $15 to $20 for 50 feet). If they tried to convince you to buy anything more expensive, you should suspect everything they told you about components and speakers as they either don't know what they are talking about or are scumbags out to make the biggest commission they can.
Also, the $1,000 installation charge is excessive unless they are including a professional Audessy calibration by a certified Audessy technician (which you should probably get anyway). Even then, it seems excessive given how much you are spending with them.
Finally, if you are buying all this from one vendor, I assume they are giving you a hefty discount of at least 20% off their normal prices. Or a lower discount and free installation and professional, certified, Audessy calibration. If not, go somewhere else.
Whoops. One last note. A number of people will probably post something to the effect that you should allocate a fair amount of money to room treatments or else whatever you get will sound bad. They may or may not be right, depending on your room. That is for you to decide. But it is something you should consider in your budget.