+1 to what others have said: it's a overpriced by probably a couple hundred dollars.
Also, I personally don't care for the fixed handle and would suggest a flat-top with a removable handle instead. A flat-top might open up some options for you down the line. (The picture shows an A2, but the description says it's an A3 flat-top.)
You can save money by buying completed components and putting them together. Check the equipment exchange on ar15.com for complete lowers and complete uppers. A complete lower should be under $200 and a complete upper should be around $500 or less. Add in a nice stock at $100 and you're at less than $800.
Here are some examples links:
Stag Arms 2HM4 upper (complete with bolt group): $489
Stag Arms Lower (complete, w/o stock): $186
Collapsible stock: $80
Cost before shipping: $755.
Look around for more than a minute like I just did, and you might be able to do better.
Bushmaster, Rock River Arms, Stag Arms, Colt and several other brands are good. You can mix and match uppers and lowers (though I'd stay away from Olympic Arms unless you buy a complete rifle).