Judging by your components that you have listed these MBs will fit in with what you've chosen so this is a guess at this point since I don't know your budget. As you go up in price you get more features added into the boards.
You have to be carefull with the feedback on the products and really look at what prople are saying and that they're not just complaining about a rebate or late delivery. Asus boards are fine and I have been using then for years and it's just like any other product you can get a defective part with any product and you won't see a component that is problem free 100%. For example on Newegg I add uo the 4 and 5 stars and then the 1 and 2 stars and see what the percentage is and that usually tells me if a product is good or not. You also have to keep in mind who is more likely to leave a feedback review , someone that has a trouble free product or someone who has a defective one.
There is another MB that I will add to the list now that I know your budget.
As I had said before as you go up in price more features are added and in this board you have the Thunderbolt technology added. The thunderbolt is the next thing that will be taking over for usb , it has the capability to have both data and video being transfered on the same cable at the same time and can be daisychained to cut down on cabling on the desk area, it can also be connected to the monitor for video. You will start to see a lot of devices being produced that will be Thunderbolt compatable and right now some of the first things are staorage devices that are external and these storasge devices will have data transfer speeds the same as those inside of the computer.