Having built a bunch now (working on #'s 13 and 14 now) I'll offer the following:
• Decide on what you want - looks, performance or a combination thereof and decide which is priority
• Decide on a budget. This could be mild to wild so be realistic in the beginning but aware that it could change up or down.
• Start looking for the parts that'll give you what your desired outcome will be. The big names you know well are not always the best or most economical choice. In some you simply pay for the name and gain nothing over the lesser known brand same item.
• Match parts...to me it makes no sense to buy the top line barrel and then use bottom end on another part. Same idea as buying the aftermarket receivers and then using a middle of the road barrel. If you want top performance, you'll pay for it but don't pay the $$$ just to say, "I have brand A's barrel". All that will mean nothing at all unless it will shoot and mating grade A+ with grade D...why bother? Also, consider ammo as well. The better barrels have tighter chambers and don't all work well with the bulk ammo. Why buy the match grade barrel if you're gonna shoot cheap plinker grade ammo?
• Double check all you have chosen and make sure it'll all go as one. Correct ring height, scope size, finishes...
• Order, assemble,, enjoy!
All that said...unless you're wanting to build a top flight competitive level 10/22, start with the basic carbine. You'll have a useable gun until you get all the parts collected. If you're wanting the top-flight level...wrong forum.
All mine have been built on Ruger receivers. One pending build I'll go to the next level and will use either a Kidd or TacSol. Will it make a difference? Perhaps but again, it's not just one part doing the work, it's the combination of all the parts working in conjunction giving the best performance. The barrel and trigger will be at that level too.