the 5930k is hard to justify (price vs performance) over the 5820k unless you need the lanes...
the cooler master cooler is decent, but i would spend a little more for a better and quieter one. the Noctua NH-D14 or Phanteks PH-TC14PE.
for the case, if not overclocking i would go silent with fractal design define R5. (R4's still around if needing to save money)
the Thermaltake Core V51 is nice, but if going that way might consider the V71 for more storage bays and bigger fans.
asrock is ok, asus and gigabyte have best reputation.
dump the rosewill psu. last thing you want is garbage psu ruining your new computer.
psu something like these - corsair HX or AX series, seasonic X or SS series, XFX pro series, or thermaltake tough power series.
750 watt or 1000+ watt if overclocking.
you will want a dedicated ssd for AE/PP scratch. so if the old SSD is for the os/apps you will want to get another, a samsung 850 pro or intel 730 480gb version. or can also look at m.2 ssd storage for the scratch, just check if the mbd you get supports it.
4k may not like the 2gb memory on the video card... the way sli works, it wont add to the memory, just processing power. you can try running your gtx 770 and see if it runs out of memory or just upgrade to a gtx 970 or 980. if you are mostly in AE then might not matter, as AE really doesn't use the gpu. they are supposedly working on updating it so its a modern app like its competitors, but its going to be very hard as alot of AE is licensed software from other companies. so adobe is going to have to get those other companies to change/update their software too.