Also, the LE's second PCIe slot is limited to x4, so it won't do well with SLI/Xfire and mid-to-high-end GPUs.
The V's a little expensive, though. You could do fine for future SLI/Xfire at $120 with an ASRock Z68 Extreme3 or a Gigabyte Z68A-D3H-B3
The Asus V version is $37 more but you have much more in the way of options with this board and if you have intentions of having two video cards at any point in time then you would have to choose the V version or go with another brand that has two x16 slots for running two video cards.
If you don't care about the two slots and you just want to save some money then you could go with the V-Le version. You would have to decide what you need in the motherboard and what you will actually use.