Summary: I usually go with Asus for my computer builds, but that day I was talking to another builder and he suggested ASRock since it was cheaper. I guess you get what your pay for. This is my second build with ASRock mobo, hopefully the other one doesn't die on me.
Pros: Simple, easy to use
Cons: RELIABILITY!!!! Hassle to RMA since you need original receipt.
Cons: I used this on a spare computer. Had problems from day 1 with bent USB pin and other problems (booting, bios) so I finally gave up and trashed it and it felt great. It worked about 10% of the time I used. Replaced with competitor brand and have not had a single problem.
Pros: Worked well while it worked. Good layout, compact form.
Cons: The first one I had had the onboard audio go out on it. I thought it was something I did (because the audio components are so close to the PCI slots) but with this one completely dying I am starting to think the boards themselves were part of a bad batch.
Summary: 3 short beeps, followed by short beeps, repeating. Cleaned all the dust out, tried clearing CMOS, swapping RAM, switching from HDMI to DVI, it just will no longer POST. Worked fine last night.
Pros: Easy setup, pretty versatile for being so cheap.
Cons: HDMI quality wasn't as good as DVI for some reason. Now fails to even POST.
Summary: I chose this MoBo specifically to accept components from another (more advanced) rig as I upgraded it. The features of this MoBo for value are excellent. On a side note, I was getting BSODs (Win7) from the rig I had this MoBo on.