Let's look at what else you can get for $250...
X570 Extreme 4 , Steel Legend ... (4 PWM signals driving 8 Vishay powerstages via doublers) not worth it if you are upgrading past 12 cores , 12 cores already heats it up
X570 Pro 4 , Phantom Gaming 4 ... (4 PWM signals driving 8x Sinopower discrete mosfets) absolutely garbage for anything 12+ cores : main appeal is ALC1220 audio
Prime X570 Pro ... almost same powerstages as Aorus Elite but on 4 PWM signals , lower fin area : fine for 12 cores currently (4 PWM signals , with 3 powertsages "teamed" per PWM signal)
TUF X570 Plus (WIFI) ... same powerstages as Aorus Elite but on 4 PWM signals, no Intel LAN, worse audio, lower fin area, etc. (4 PWM signals , with 3 powertsages "teamed" per PWM signal)
X570-P : it's so cut down feature-wise and it has 8x Vishay powerstages similar to Extreme4/Steel Legend (4 PWM signals "teamed")
MEG Ace ... only if you can get the 240mm AIO and sell it for ~$120 will this be below $360, this is a decent choice as it has 12x 60A IR3555 powerstages (6 PWM signals doubled) with a heatpipe. However the fin area is lower.
MPG Pro Carbon : 10x Powerblocks salvaged from RTX GPUs (5 PWM signals doubled), topped with one of the lowest fin areas on the X570 lineup and then further topped with a plastic cover : main appeal is Intel LAN + WIFI ax
MPG Edge : 8x Onsemi discrete mosfets (4 PWM signals doubled) --- 8+ cores already a stretch , people are buying this mainly for Intel LAN + WIFI ac and possibly the 240mm AIO offer for ~$80 return via Ebaying
MPG Gaming Plus: 8x Onsemi discrete mosfets (4 PWM signals doubled) --- 8+ cores already a stretch
TL;DR: Aorus Pro is indeed a good choice for you.