Pros: Great cooling, 2GB VRAM for SLI, beast price to performance ratio, good for overclocking.
Cons: Slightly more expensive than it should be.
The performance of the 560-ti card in general is superb. At stock, I get at the very least 35 fps maxxed out on Battlefield 3 at 1920x1080, most of the time around 45, and overclocked it is in the realm of 55 fps a lot of the time. It has 2gb of GDDR5 RAM, as opposed to the standard one, which will help with SLI and higher-res gaming. I will update this review when I go SLI (which I plan to do) and tell you guys about my experience then. It's a bit on the expensive side for simply a 1GB VRAM upgrade, but I would rather have a bit more than a bit less.
Overall a very solid card, one I would recommend to a friend with no worries.