ECS has made some decent boards over the years, but in general unreliability has been their downfall. Check out Foxconn boards, they are usually pretty feature-rich at a better price than some of the other brands. Most people in this forum are stuck on Asus, DFI, and Epox. Those are good manufacturers, but they aren't the only makers of good boards, despite what many here will tell you. Over the last several years we have had excellent results with Foxconn, and our results with Asus, which we no longer use except under duress from an insistent customer, were mixed at best. If you want to be a big overclocker, DFI or Epox is what I would recommend. Otherwise, I'd say give Foxconn a good look.
My first build was on an ECS board, can't remember anymore but the KS75A sounds damn familiar. Worked great for a few months and then sh*t the bed frying my ram on the way out. For the price they're ok but just ok. Spend the extra $ and get something more reliable.
I've had 3 generations of ECS boards and have so far had no problems (once I got it working). I've used them for both AMD and Intel processors. However, the problem is just that--getting it woking. I had to return one board three times before I got a working board. Once everything was up and running, everything ran smoothly and I never had any problems afterwards. So far I've been on ECS boards for three years and running. Good luck!