DJ - Minus the fact you can't lock the AGP:PCI bus
That means it's not really an OC'ing board.
I built a 64bit system for a guy using the MSI Neo2-Platinum. Had tons of BIOS options but I can't remember if you could lock the AGP:PCI BIOS or not.
MSI is a good stable board IMO. Not the most heavy duty for overclockers, but for normal users, you can't go wrong with em.
ABit and DFI = best OC'ing boards out there. The ABit AN8-Fatal1ty board though is way too much hype IMO. Last I checked Vcore could only go to 1.8v and the DIMM only to 2.8...psht what kind of 'gamers/OCers' board is that. Worthless! and about a $50 increase in price too