Hang around for long enough and you will learn to read newegg user reviews carefully, when you bother at all.
For instance, I see one fellow there that says his sound cut out. Fine, but why should we assume that's the fault of the board? Is he using a quality PSU? Does he have a proper ground? Did he stress the board while putting it into the case? Did he improperly place the standoffs so that the sound was shorted out? Did he plug something into the port that he shouldn't have?
You don't know what he did, so how can you say if his complaint is legitimate?
Motherboards are the scapegoats for the novice builders. It's way easier to blame the board than it is to do the work of finding the actual problem.
Actually, I used that exact board for a new build for a family member about 4 months back. It went well... I used an Athlon II X4, some G.skill RAM, and a CM Gladiator case. I think the PSU was a Seasonic S12II 520 I got on sale.
You do understand that it's not a good crossfire board though, right? The second slot only runs at 4x.
I have used an MSI 880G board in three identical builds lately also... one machine will not fully sleep, which may or may not be the board. Works fine, system sleeps but not the PSU.
I think if you found a board with all the features you want, cheaper, then get it. I was just looking at the 880G motherboards and until you get to the AsRock AM3+ Mobo for $99, they all seemed the same. If you are a little worried about the maker I might suggest this Asus board, A local computer builder uses these and highly recommeds them.
If you're going to buy an AMD board today, get one with socket AM3+. That way, you at least have the option later of an upgrade to Bulldozer. http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E168... would probably be a decent choice. It has no reviews yet, but I would not worry about that. NeweggTV and Youtube both have some good video rundowns of the newest Asus boards (typically done by, or involving the same guy, a "JJ" from Asus).