After diving into the P8P67 EVO and throwing everything we could at it, I came out extremely impressed. This good looking board has the performance to back it up and a strong feature set including an Intel NIC, Bluetooth v2.1, and 8 internal Sata ports. SLI and Crossfire support is icing on the cake for those of you looking to have top notch gaming performance. Not only is the board feature rich, but I also found the EFI BIOS to be both easy to use and packed full of features. The same can be said for the included software, packing almost all of their programs into one integrated program was a breath of fresh air. Hats off to their software team, this is what pushes a good product to the top. My only complaint is the bandwidth limitations on the PCI lanes, if you plan on using the third PCI Express x16 slot you may be surprised to find out that one USB 3.0 port. Your eSATA slots, and the PCI Express x1 slots all stop working. Even with that issue I would highly recommend this motherboard. I can’t wait to get our hands on Asus’s next offering, if the EVO is any indication it should be a pleasure.