Pros: Full ATX Board - High Quality Material - IDE Support - On-Board Video - Feature-rich Bios - SATA III - USB 3.0 - Stylish Color Scheme - A Slew of OC
Cons: Not AM3+ So no cheap upgrade path in the future - Could use at least one more fan connector
The amount of features and the price (at the time) was totally worth it. Overclocks with ease. It's a very feature-rich motherboard with older, useful options your not likely to find on newer boards these days. (IDE support, on board video ect.)
This thing overclocks like a dream. Not a single issue with the durability of this product as it handles a fair share of stress from my games, benchmarks, media consumption all while maintaining a stable moderate overclock.
With it only being AM3, there is not much of an upgrade path. Oh well, the FX series doesn't really blow away my old Phenom x4 @ 3.8 Ghz anyways. lol