They#re probably only offering discounts on those boards because there's already a high mark-up on them so they take less of a hit on price and full sized ATX boards probably have a higher market share so they're more likely to sell. (Plus it's up to the manufacturers what boards they want to provide to AMD for the bundles)
As for the bundles it's $100 off the CPU/Mobo and an additional $200 off the monitor, so $300 total.
My primary concern is whether the wage is viable to relocate on, and be comfortable. I've got a stable programming job right now that probably pays 10 times better that what LMG could do. Without knowing figures, there's no way to know for sure. Just getting up and moving across the world isn't something I'm willing to do unless there's more info.
Really overpriced. Keep in mind that when you buy prebuilt, you no longer have access the the individual warranties of the components. That means you pay an insane price premium to have a system with a single all emcompassing warranty. This often means that if somethign fails, even if it is not completely needed for the system to function, or if you have a spare, you cannot swap in a lesser component while you send the one broken component in for repair. For many companies, you will be stuck sending the entire system in for repair (where depending on their RMA process, you can be without a computer for weeks (kinda like when a laptop fails). On top of that, not all companies cover shipping both ways, thus you can end up paying $50 to send in a system for repair.
While unlike some other prebuild PC makers, they offer a 3 year warranty (with occasional promotions for a 4 year warranty, but it doesn't change the fact that you are giving up a number oflonger individual warranties, including a lifetime warranty on the RAM.
Furthermore, if you build for equivalent perfomance, and equal or better quality, rather than trying to make the same exact system (full ATX) http://pcpartpicker.com/p/WDGzrH $1756.91
Compare to their system https://www.digitalstorm.com/configurator.asp?id=1229904 $2,996
Price difference: $1239.09
To match their price, you would have to go with a second 980ti and 2 1TB SSD's for some RAID 0 action
Remember, we are gamers who are likely not in ownership og our own personal oil company and drug cartel.
Thus performance and reliability comes first. Bling should only come when you have reached the top and you still feel like spending more but no one has anything faster available. E.g., you have so much money that your quad titan x build with phase change cooling on the GPU's and CPU, is at its max overclock, Intel has nothing faster tho offer you, and nvidia won't figure out a way to get you 5 way SLI, then you can go crazy with the bling in order to get rid of some of that cash that is making your wallet so heavy that it is giving you leg cramps.