Summary: Bought this along with an i5-2400 for an HTPC build, and have had no problems whatsoever. Great graphical BIOS/EFI configuration interface makes setup easy. The fan control options presented allow for a great deal of fine tuning, which was a selling point for my htpc build as I wanted to keep noise...
Summary: This motherboard is a pretty decent mobo, it has carries support for the newer 3RD Generation Intel CPU's, but you would need to flash your bios beforehand. For me though, it didn't really matter, since I was going to use the 2500K, in the first place.
Summary: I picked this board for several reason, one is looked better in my white case and it has some features I found interesting. I bought this with 750w PS, 8GB Kingston ram, Ivy Bridge I5 processor and couple other things.
Summary: The board is great, runs fast, sturdy and easy to mount. Just make sure the cpu fan is plugged in or it won't boot. Also, if you happen to have POST issues, find the CMOS jumper and clear the CMOS. It took my an hour of pulling my hair out to figure this out.
Summary: Great board for my two HTPCs. Flawless. Used to buy EVGA, but they're now way more expensive for the same thing. Used two Pro3's for my FIOS DVRs and Extreme4 for my file server/backend. All just worked, and worked well.