ASUS has really done a good job with their new P8P67 Pro motherboard. This board is priced lower than the Deluxe and higher than the P8P67 boards, offering a few less features than the Deluxe and more features than the P8P67. In terms of performance this board is slightly higher performing than the other boards I’ve tested with the 2600K CPU. Overclocking options abound on the UEFI BIOS and I was able to get the multiplier above 46 on air giving a 4.6GHz overclock without much issue. If you’re looking for a solid board in this price range for your new Sandy Bridge Rig, the P8P67 Pro is a choice you won’t go wrong with. It's a solid Hot Product here on motherboards.org.
( Editor's Note: Intel May Be Doing A Recall On All Sandy Bridge Chipset Motherboards Due To Chipset Flaw.)