Summary: First off, I will like to state that my computer is only for personal use. I do run a small scale online clothing blogshop with it though. This motherboard was chosen as there was not alot of choices with regards to AMD FM2+ Micro ATX boards around. I previously purchased and assembled one for a friend using the A6-6400 and the MSI fm2-A75IA-E53 M-ITX.. After that experience, I never wanted to work with M-ITX boards ever again, not because they are flawed in any way.
Summary: I picked this MoBo up for a budget build I did for a friend of mine. I really picked it for it's price point, it seemed to be a good, reputable board that fit the APU I already decided on. It looks nice in an all-black/silver coloring. Some MoBos go all crazy with the colors and I think they look kinda goofy. This one is sleek and stealthy. Featurewise it's pretty standard affair with all the features the listing says. I did have an issue once I got my OS installed.
Summary: Pretty nice Motherboard with a Dual UEFI bios and it has lots of flexibility. i particularly like the slot layout on this one and it works very well with a Thermaltake A30 Armor case. this combination allows the use of a EVGA 560 Ti Core 448 video card which is a monster length wise and it all fits in that little case with no trouble. Crossfire a pair of AMD graphics cards and it should make for a nice gaming rig that will not break the bank.
Summary: Gigabyte is known for making some pretty good motherboards. This one, which falls into the budget segment, is a decent FM2 AMD socket board. I used it in a build for a customer, and they have been very happy. The board came with the latest BIOS release for it, which was nice. If had to update the BIOS, it is very easy though with Gigabyte's "Q-flash" feature. Everything on the motherboard is labeled nicely, so I found hooking up everything a breeze.