Summary: Good ITX board. The only thing to watch out for is that the Wi-Fi will not work automatically for Linux. I read somewhere that you could do some type of mod, replacing the on-board module but it's best just to buy a Alfa USB Wi-Fi and you're on your way.
Summary: Great motherboard. Small and fits in any smaller case. Lets give cons first 1. "Surround" - have to jump through hoops to get 5.1 surround enabled, even with included drivers. 2.1 is fine out of the box. 2. Front audio is directly under the video card - if you have a PCI-E card (duh) to install, the video card will press down on the front audio (97 and HD) 3.
Summary: I was very surprised at how small this motherboard actually is. It is small, but does not sacrifice performance for being small. It sure packs a punch. The DIGI-VRM voltage regulator bank is extremely awesome for overclocking.
Summary: I'm pretty happy with the ASUS P8Z77-I Deluxe. It's tiny, but it's a workhorse. Good overclocking on my 3570K (with Cooler Master Seidon 120M). This is paired with 2 WD Black HDDs, DVD drive, GTX 770 and Cooler Master Elite 130 case. Range with the built-in wifi is pretty good. Minus 1 star: The only issue I have is the DRAM slots. After I put everything together and checked it twice, it would not post. The motherboard DRAM LED was on and I could not clear it.
Summary: Got it a couple days after I ordered it. Packaging was the same as any other motherboard, just an anti-static bag and some cardboard holding it in place. Install process was same as any other motherboard, except that the motherboard screws that hold it to the tray on the side with the VRM are already in and I think they hold the VRM in place, so be careful when removing and putting them back in.
Summary: I use the P8Z77I with an Intel I7 3770K for a compact workstation that I use for statistical analysis, optimization, and visualization of my stock portfolio. The entire rig fits in a tiny Silverstone HTPC case and is extremely quiet with Noctua fans. Easily overclocks with the ASUS bios. I'd totally recommend this board and I can't wait to try the 4770K in the ASUS Maximus VI Impact.
Summary: I was looking to downsize (physically) my desktop pc and came across this board. Asus has always produced a good set of motherboard products and this is no exception. Popped this into my case and was off and running. Fits perfectly, all my components had no issues fitting. Additionally, there's a great set of connections that cover all the bases. Overall a solid performer with a great feature set.
Summary: I've been using Asus boards and notebooks for years. This board, and my last one from Asus has been defective. Support basically just sits there and presses the reset button while you sit there waiting for someone to answer. I spent 50 minutes, 34 minutes, 45 minutes, 12 minutes, 35 minutes before someone picked up.