I can confirm that all your devices will work together to build a PC that will knock spots off your old laptop. The CPU will work with the mobo, the memory is suitably rated for the CPU and is configured suitably for the mobo so that's the big-cost items out of the way.
Your storage devices are well chosen and will give you lots of space in reserve for media files and games. You will probably set things up so that Win 10 and Office reside on the SSD (Windows C:\) with everything else going on the HDD. If you are certain that won't have any "everything else", you could even get by with a smaller HDD or even no HDD at all! Either way, you're going to be bowled over by the system boot and program load times delivered by your solid state drive.
You will, however, need a DVD writer - about £12 and I'll mention that Liteon devices are good value. I still shudder when I remember that I paid over £200 for a not very reliable Teac CD writer all those years ago. And that was using pristine CDs without the deep scratches and dollops of raspberry jam that CDs were claimed to tolerate back then. The BBC even did a demonstration of flawless data recovery from deliberately damaged media, possibly the first bit of fake news they ever broadcast.
I see you've plumped for a semi-modular power supply - very nice! A couple of things I noticed is that one of the pics shows a round 2-pin mains connector and I can't see a 6/8 pin PCIe power cable in the pics. However, it would surprise me if the PSU really does come with a US mains connector and/or without a PCIe connector. (The latter is used to supply power to your (potential) graphics card but suitable molex/PCIe adapters aren't expensive and usually come free with the card anyway.)
Personally, I wouldn't go for a USB Wireless network adapter, especially since the mobo sports an M2 slot for that very purpose. My mobo doesn't have an M2 WLAN slot and M2 cards are still expensive so I got this card from Amazon and, cheapskate that I am, I went for the Amazon Warehouse option at less than £9. Just to be clear, it'll fit your mobo and it works fine with Win 10, as do plenty of other WLAN cards.
Your monitor puts laptop displays to shame and its HDMI connector is compatible with your mobo so all is well there. The same goes for your keyboard and mouse although my personal preference is for wireless units, even for gaming.
Your case has a DVD slot, USB2, USB3 and audio sockets at front top, along with internal bays for your SSD and HDD so you're all set. Case connector leads and motherboard sockets are colour coded and I see nothing unusual about your configuration so it should be a (slightly fiddly and mildly confusing) doddle to hook up the case and mobo. The case's reset button usually gives me trouble but the connector is always on the mobo and all you have to do is find the little bugger.
I have done some terrible things to computer components on occasion and all without damaging anything - a real testament to the robustness of modern electronic components and circuitry.