Pros: Its a great card for the right buyer, Plays anything I throw at it with no issues
Cons: Overclocking is difficult
I haven't had any issues with this card. It comes with some stipulations that many people, especially users on these forums may find unappealing, understandably, but for the right buyer this is a great card that does with its supposed to.
I liken this purchase to that of an Apple computer in a lot of ways. There is ways to overclock the card but Nvidia makes it difficult to do so. If you just want a simple install that will play all the current gen games at ultra with 50+FPS, or so, at 1920x1080 then this is a good buy for you. If your looking to get down and dirty and overclock the card or hoping to use overclocking to extend the life then you may want to look at the 570SLI or 580SLI.
I personally dislike overclocking my graphics card but like overclocking my processor. This is a great card for me because it fits into my loop, I don't need to mess with it, and it doesn't dump a tremendous amount of heat. I'm playing BF3 at ultra with over 60FPS in most scenarios. I'm closer to 110FPS in Skyrim on ultra, no mods yet. I haven't run into any SLI problems that weren't from a beta or alpha test bug and really the card just works.
Its EVGA customer service and its got a lifetime warranty! I really enjoy EVGA products and haven't had any problems with them in the past with RMA or customer service issues.