Pros: Cheap, low power, small, and reliable.
Cons: SMALL spacing between PCI-e slots and RAM location
This micro-ATX motherboard is very nice for its size. It runs my favorite hot swap bays without a whimper. It modestly supports AM3+. My only complaints (that were expected considering the size and cost) is the board layout is a little wonky. I thought they could have moved the ram down a little bit and got rid of the standoff attachment hole to allow a little more room at the top for a small water cooling unit on that side. My other complaint is the distance in between the PCI-e slots. My GTX 650 makes the 1x unusable. This doesn't take too much away considering the price I paid. Definitely a worthwhile purchase if you plan on getting something for moderate gaming, or all around computer needs. Just know ahead of time that it only has SATA2 connections, and doesn't support legacy devices even though the bios does due to it not having any IDE connections. This is a very good motherboard if you can pick it up for under $50.