Lots of good suggestions here.
For my two cents I would start out with a beginner/intermediate board. I would get something that has a "mellow" ride and is very forgiving on edge. I have seen some beginners go out and buy expensive pro boards with radical/abrupt 3-stage rockers, variable edges, and funky/catchy shaped tips that caused them to spend more time face planting than real riding. Don't fall into that trap. As you progress you can always buy a more advanced board later and keep the beginner model around as a back up and use it to teach others how to ride when you become the "Shez".
I would recommend starting out with a continuous rocker or a subtle 3-stage. CWB makes one of the best beginner boards ever made called the "Sol" http://www.wakeworld.com/boardguide/getboard7.asp?ProductID=2977
. The Sol does not win any prizes in the most pop department but it is easy on deep water starts because it is neutrally buoyant. The Sol is very stable, fun and easy to ride. You can change out the stock fins to smaller P wings or ride it finless for a looser feel as well. Another very mellow board is the Hyperlite Motive, http://www.wakeworld.com/boardguide/getboard10.asp?ProductID=4815
. The Motive is a great all around board, very forgiving and has a mellow ride, a better first board than the Motive would be hard to find. The Liquid Force Trip is also a good choice http://www.wakeworld.com/boardguide/getboard10.asp?ProductID=4694
it is a little more aggressive than the other two but still forgiving and very fun to ride. Something I would not go beginner on, though, is bindings. Spend some jack for some pro model bindings. Your feet need to be comfortable. If you buy cheap bindings expect your feet to hurt, it's that simple. Hurting feet means short rides. Probably one of the most comfortable boots out their is the Ronix 1 boot, although it is not my personal favorite. I prefer the O'Brien Xenon for comfort and flexibility, lots of personal preference in a boot choice. CWB also makes some very comfy bindings I have heard good things about the faction boot http://www.wakeworld.com/boots/getboot10.asp?ProductID=4653
. If you go with a high end pro binding you most likely will be satisfied, just don't go cheap here. Get a "hinged" CGA life jacket. O'Brien has a special on at a few net sites for about 40 bucks. A hinged jacket gives you much more freedom of movement and you don't feel bunched up like you do with most standard life jackets that were not designed specifically for wakeboarding.
Try to get a "no stretch" line and a good handle. I have had cheap handles break in the middle of a ride and that isn't always pretty.
After writing all this I see you got a Gator Legend and some vario boots. I own an 07 Legend board and I like that board very much, just not sure it would be my first choice for a beginner, but still it is a very good ride, you will probably not be disappointed in the board. Not sure I can say the same thing for the boots though but they will work as starters.
Welcome to the sport, remember, having fun, the love of the ride and hanging out with some of the best people on the water is whats most important.
Be safe, be careful, and share the ride when you can.