The AIW X600 Pro is the only current video card with a Television tuner available on the market for the PCI Express interface. With no competition on the market for which it is targeted, the AIW X600 Pro 256 MB is hard to beat. I think it's worth the $215 as there is not a more feature-rich video card on the market at the moment. The bundle nearly pays for the card itself if you consider that the retail price of Pinnacle Studio 9 is $79 off Pinnacle's website. Performance is much greater than Intel's GMA900 integrated graphics and you can actually play the current DirectX 9.0 class games like Far Cry and Half Life 2 with only a little reduction in resolution and settings comparted to the high-end cards.
What don't I like about the AIW X600 Pro 256 MB? First thing is that the performance is not nearly as fast as I would have liked in my system today. An X700 Pro is about the minimum requirement for Half Life 2 and games like Need For Speed Underground 2. The second annoying thing is that ATI didn't include a Remote Wonder to save costs. Every mid-range to high end AIW card has traditionally come with a Remote control from ATI. Overall, if you want a "do everything" video card that's reasonably priced with a ton of features and have a PCI Express slot on your computer, the AIW X600 Pro 256 MB may be the card for you.