looks like a good board if you don't overclock. Yes, another P55 board thread, but this one looks good for it's pricetag.
$119.99, not designed for the overclocker
Over the past few months, many Intel motherboard vendors have been curiously observing market demand for the new mainstream chipset platform set to replace the aging legacy of socket LGA 775. When it launched in September 2009, the Intel P55 platform based on socket LGA 1156 was released prior to the introduction of Core i5 and Core i7 compatible processors, allowing partners some additional time to release their P55-based designs in time for the launch of these CPUs.