Pros: No installation issues. Works great with Windows 7 and 8. Video processing is amazingly fast. Plays 1080p video well and the previous generation chipset did not.
Cons: 2 dimms. Not 4pin processor power. 1 chassis fan. Not sure if windows 8.1 problem or motherboard USB driver problem. USB wifi will eventually idle to sleep when it feels like it. Set the timer to 2 minute it might sleep on its own if it decides to time out after 15-20. Problem occurs with multiple wifi cards and only after upgrading to 8.1 so I am sticking with 8 and it works flawlessly.
Pros: I had no problems with this board. The first thing I did after installing it was update the bios, which took less than a minute (excluding download time) I have never been so happy with a motherboard.
Summary: Great little board for an HTPC fast efficient and has all the outputs needed. One downfall though is that the board only has one onboard USB extension pin set for my antec fusion I had to run the Imon USB out the back and plug into a USB port instead of straight into the MB.
Pros: Compact, all in one, hdmi output, GREAT BIOS
Pros: Comes with extra mounting hardware works flawlessly for recent barebones PC build. I like this small form factor with the ability to change CPU's instead of getting one that has an integrated CPU.
Pros: I recently upgraded my P8P67 Pro Rev 3.1 Asus gaming rig by replacing an I5-2400 with an I5-2500K. This left me with a perfectly good I5-2400. I looked around my man cave and realized that, with the parts I already had on hand, I could build a really nice computer for my wife. That way I wouldn't have to close out War Craft so she could surf and shop. Stuff she likes to do.
Cons: Not really a con but the H77 chipset only supports Ram over clocking if you are using an Ivy Bridge processor. So my DDR3-1600 will only run at 1333. This is an Intel thing not an Asus thing. I knew it before I bought it so I wasn't upset. My I5-2400 is a Sandy Bridge and as such can't take full advantage of the board. In the 67 series a lot more was handled by the chipset. In the 77 series more of these functions went into the processor. I mention this only for refer...
Pros: Got the motherboard in the mail undamaged, all components booted up flawlessly (Pentium G2120, 4GB Kingston HyperX Blue, and a Samsung 840). It doesn't have the most extensive feature set, but it's not priced like that.
Cons: Bad Memory slot on first boot. Was told by ASUS that it was bad memory. So next day aired memory, and still it was the board. So wasted even more money, and new egg is charging me a restocking fee.