It may be my imagination, but are the Asus S/B P67 Deluxe/Pro boards proving to be a bit unreliable in their early versions (and I appreciate its an imperfect world and problems occur), versus Gigabyte or MSI; someone on another thread quoted Scan staff as saying "they're getting a lot of returns/problems with the Asus boards". That comment worried me immediately. I really wanted to build an Asus-based system, but I'm now nervous about encountering problems that are showing up in the boards themselves. It's one thing to forget to connect a PSU connector or incorrectly mount a cooler, but its something else when the board could be inherently "not 100% reliable" or "prone-to-day 1-issues" out-of-the box? Am I being unrealistic/unfair, or is there no smoke without fire here...? Thanks.