http://www.asus.com/product.aspx?P_ID=ZYgjt71bzlh62Zk9 There hasn't been much discussion on this board despite Sandy's Sunday arrival. Guru3D has reviewed it: http://www.guru3d.com/article/asus-sabertooth-p67-tuf-review/ The "tactical jacket' (plastic shroud covering the board) supposedly helps air flow, but Guru3D debunks it as mostly aesthetic. The appearance is love or hate. Personally, I like it. I plan to water cool my GPU and CPU come Sandy Bridge, and I think the shroud would look sick with black or white tubing and my Corsair 800D. Careful attention for compatible heatsinks and water blocks will need to be made though, I worry the shroud could interfere. I also have a curiosity for the purpose of the Sabertooth series. ASUS develops these boards for durability and reliability with military-grade and certified electrical parts, namely the MOSFETs, solid state capacitors and alloy chokes. You can see the certifications here (under Qualified Vendor List). The Sabertooth P67 is expected around $230. I just need to decide between this and the Maximus or Deluxe.